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What will happen to the potential energy if the temperature and kinetic energy increase?

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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.

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