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The Hoover Dam is a hydroelectric power plant that converts the energy of falling water into electricity. Which of the following determines the amount of potential energy of the water stored in the reservoir of the dam? Choose all that apply.
A - the electric potential energy of the water
B - the weight of the water
C - the height of the water
D - the temperature of the water

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  2. The Hoover Dam is a hydroelectric power plant that converts the energy of falling water into electricity. Which of the following determines the amount of potential energy of the water stored in the reservoir of the dam? Choose all that apply

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