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posted by Madelyn Santiago .
Ok I am kinda stuck on this problem. So the question is; A measure of the average kinetic energy in an object is______________; so I really need an answer. The passage is about the solar system. Please help anything right now, even a word! Lol. Ok thank you if u answer!
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