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When a tennis ball smashes into a tennis racket, the ball temporarily changes shape as it compresses against the racket. Which type of energy is temporarily stored with the ball as it is compressed?

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elastic potential
kinetic
electrical
potential

asked by Anonymous
  1. elastic potential i think

    posted by Juliana
  2. correct, thank you

    posted by Anonymous
  3. mm

    posted by Anonymous
  4. Kinetic...

    posted by Pie
  5. It is kinetic!

    posted by Connexus answers
  6. I think its elastic potential no hard feelings

    posted by Sarah
  7. I hate science and I am not good at it no offense to science lovers

    posted by Sarah
  8. Sarah me 2. this year I have 100% in sciene though lmao

    posted by Habibi#1
  9. Its okay guys

    posted by Anonymous

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