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describe your motio when you are on a swing in terms of kinetic and potetial energy. at which point during your motion is each type of energy the greatest

Potential energy is hghest when the elevation is highest. Potential energy is lowest (and kinetic energy highest) when the swing is lowest.

what do this statement mean Light + LIGHT = NO LIGHT

what do this statement mean Light + LIGHT = NO LIGHT

In the winter are you letting the cold air in or the warm air out when you open the door?

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