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Potential energy can't be measured directly but can be calculated in between two states. Potential energy is also sometimes called as the mechanical energy or stored energy. Every object or body has the ability to have potential energy by different means. Springs carry potential energy when it is compressed or stretched, and when released, all that potential will turn to kinetic energy because the body gains motion. Potential energy always changes into kinetic energy again by different means. Potential energy is calculated by using this expression. Ep = mgh, where m= mass, g= gravity if the body is at height, h= the height.
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