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1. The thermal energy of an object is _____. (1 point)
its potential energy
its average kinetic energy
its potential energy minus its kinetic energy
its kinetic energy plus its potential energy

Thanks, jessica :)

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    what's your answer? :)

  • science 8th grade -

    i hae no clue what it would be.. :/

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    do you know the anwser??!!?!

  • science 8th grade -

    yeah I am 100% positive it is "its kinetic energy plus its potential energy"! :-)

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    omg thank you so muchhh!!!!

  • science 8th grade -

    as the puck falls,the amount of potential energy it has decreases.why

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