Gravitational potential energy depends on the weight of the object and the height that the object is located at. Gravitational potential energy is the product of an objects weight and height.
An objects total kinetic and potential energy is when both things are moving (kinetic) and the energy is stored in the object (potential)
speed and potential energy
Kinetic energy is the energy that make things move. They are known as the "Movement Energy". Potential energy is the energy stored in object, waiting to be used.
Resting and relaxing.
Radiant Energy is not potential energy. They are two different things. Radiant energy is another word to say light energy. Potential energy is when an object not moving. To be specific, an object sitting on a shelf collects kinetic energy so when you knock it over, it falls because of gravity.
Heat, sound and more kinetic energy as things are moved by the impact of the object.
refrigirarors, tv and any object that doesnt move.
I think it is the kinetic and potential energy but i am not sure
No, the amount of energy depends on other things as well, like the mass of the object.
The mass of an object, and it's height above the ground
Several things, depending on the type of potential energy. Gravitational potential energy: Any object that is above the chosen reference level (often the ground level) has positive potential energy. Anything below the chosen reference level has negative potential energy. Elastic potential energy: For example, a compressed spring. Chemical energy: For example, hydrogen and oxygen separately have a higher energy level than when they combine into water.
Well, basically, the higher an object is above the ground, the more potential energy it has. For kinetic energy, the amount of energy depends on the amount of force.
No. Only things with stored energy has potential energy .
The bowling ball has more potential energy, but, how many people measure potential energy by having things fall on their head
If the bent object will spring back to it's original shape when you let go of it, then the stored energy is known as elastic potential energy.
Think of an object falling from a cliff: Potential energy = mass x gravity x height. So a larger object falling from a higher cliff will start out with more potential energy. As it falls, it speeds up, converting its potential energy into kinetic energy. Kinetic energy = 1/2 x mass x velocity2. If it bounces, some of that KE is converted back into PE; otherwise it is lost as heat and sound (or in breaking things).
Gravitational potential energy=mgh Where: -m=mass (not weight) of the object -g=gravity (or the rate at which an object will accelerate in free-fall) -h=height (usually in meters, but depends on what height units are in your "g" value)
The impact force of a falling object depends on a few things. The impact force of a falling object depends on the weight and the height from which the object falls.
the two things that affect potential energy is mass and speed just kidding
"Things" can contain just about any type of energy, depending on the situation: kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, electric potential energy, magnetic potential energy, elastic energy, nuclear energy, heat energy, etc.
Thermal energy is not the energy stored by things that stretch or compress. This type of energy applies to strain potential energy. Thermal energy refers to motion energy due to the random vibration of atoms or molecules within an object.
Gravitational potential energy is: m*g*h m=mass g=acceloration due to gravity h=height in relation to zero level/energy because earth's surface (with rare exception) is zero level/energy, meaning that you cant make things fall further than the surface of earth; the potential energy of an object changes based on how much distance you put between the surface and the object, yes.
Among other things, the fact that it has the potential (possibility) to do work. Also, that you can store energy as potential energy.