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Q: What is the kinetic energy when the skater starts down hill?
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How can energy be conserved as a skater rolls down a ramp?

When rolling down, potential energy is converted into kinetic energy. If there is no friction, this means the skater moves faster and faster. If there is energy (the usual situation), part of this movement energy (kinetic energy) will be converted into heat.


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