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5)suppose in the previous question when timmy is sitting at rest he has 40j of GPE then his dad gives timmy a big push when his dad lets go. Timmy has 60j of GPE and 120j of KE
A) before his dad pushed him GPE____ KE___ Te___
B) immedalety after his dad pushed him GPE___ KE___ TE___
C) how much work did Timmys dad do when he pushed timmy?

D) at the top of timmys path GPE___ KE____TE_____
E) he swing back down through the bottom of his path GPE_____ KE____ TE____
F) Timmy jumps off the swing just before he lands GPE____ KE_____ TE______
G) Timmy hit the ground
GPE____ KE____ TE____

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  1. A) before his dad pushed him GPE__40 KE_0_ Te__40
    B) immedalety after his dad pushed him GPE___60 KE__120_ TE__180_
    C) how much work did Timmys dad do when he pushed timmy? 140
    D) at the top of timmys path GPE_180 KE__0_TE___180
    E) he swing back down through the bottom of his path GPE_40____ KE__140__ TE_180___
    F) Timmy jumps off the swing just before he lands GPE_0 KE__180 TE___180
    G) Timmy hit the ground
    GPE_0_ KE__0 TE__0

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