There is no "gravity kinetic energy". There is gravitational energy (a type of potential energy), and - separately - there is kinetic energy (the energy of movement).
No. Gravity is a force. Potential energy turns into kinetic (moving) energy when you fall due to gravity.
it is both kinetic and potential energy
No, of itself a pencil sharpener is not kinetic or potential energy. However, due to its position in a gravity field, a pencil sharpener on a desk does have potential energy.
As gravity pulls water down a slope, the water's potential energy changes to kinetic energy that can do work.
Potential energy is the energy something has due to its position in a gravity field. This is converted into kinetic energy, the energy of movement, as soon as it falls.
If the feather is moving, it has kinetic energy. If there is room beneath the feather for it to fall, it has potential energy due to gravity.
No, Potential Energy is the energy of an object that has the potential to move while kinetic energy is the energy of an object at motion. Potential energy is defined by Mass * Gravity(9.81ms-2) * height(In meters) Kinetic energy is defined by (1/2)*Mass*Velocity2
It becomes kinetic energy. And as an object goes up against gravity, it gains potential energy and loses kinetic energy.
a couple of them are kinetic & potential energy and gravity!
By raising objects against gravity (upward)
True. It has "potential energy", in that gravity could be used to convert that "potential" energy into actual kinetic energy.
Factors that affect potential energy are mass, height, and acceleration due to gravity. Factors that affect kinetic energy are mass and velocity.
Does Kinetic energy equal the total energy of motion and position? Kinetic energy = ½ * mass * velocity ^2, so it is only energy due to motion.Potential energy = mass * gravity * Heightmass * gravity = weightPotential energy is energy due to position
The summation of potential energy and kinetic energy of an object is constant. The more you get an object higher (against gravity) the higher will be its potential energy and hence the lower would be its kinetic energy.
It is both. The energy is being transferred from kinetic to potential. As the roller coaster climbs higher, the energy required to overcome the effect of gravity slows the coaster down, turning all the kinetic energy into potential energy.
As gravity pulls water down a slope, the water's potential energy changes to kinetic energy that can do work. I hope this helped :D
Potential energy + kinetic energy = total energy. Potential energy is stored or positional energy; chemical energy stored in a battery, a large weight up high where we can get gravity to do work with it. Kinetic energy is energy of motion; energy = 1/2mv^2.
Kinetic energy - the energy of a mass in motion CAN be greater than the potential energy of the mass.The kinetic energy of a comet hitting the Earth would be far greater than the potential energy of the comet once it entered Earth gravity field.
Sure. Roll a tennis ball down a playground slide. Lifting the ball inputs the energy used to counteract gravity. At the top, the (gravitational) energy the ball possesses is potential. As the ball rolls down, the potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. At the halfway point, half the potential energy has been converted to kinetic energy.
Kinetic Energy or Potential energy= mass x gravity x height
It would depend. Within a system there can be isolated factors influencing different kinetic and potential energies. If the kinetic energy was increased (Let's say gravity), and a random object is pushed off of a table (Now potential energy), the potential energy would in fact be increased. This increase in energy is proportional in the potential and kinetic stages. If the temperature were increased and a "reaction" occurred the potential energy would go up.