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Imagine an object held at some height above the ground. It is released and falls toward the ground. Ignoring air resistance or friction, which of the following must be true?

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Before it falls, all of its energy must be potential energy
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At the end of its fall, all of its energy must be converted to kinetic energy
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During its fall, the combination of its kinetic and potential energy must equal the amount of potential energy with which it started
d
Total energy = Kinetic Energy + Potential Energy
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All of the above

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  1. bruh

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  4. Anyone know the answer yet☹️

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  5. wheres the answer

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  6. Im pretty sure its E

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  8. the answer is E. all the above

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