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# When you lift an object you add the energy of lifting to the object?

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###### 2012-09-19 07:32:44

Yes. The energy of lifting is added to the object as potential energy. If the lifted object is then released, it will fall, and the potential energy will become kinetic energy.

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1. Add mass to the object. 2. Add energy to the object.

as scientists add heat too an object , the objec begin to pre-heat and began to dissolve .

You can raise an object (potential energy), make it move (kinetic energy), or add heat to it (heat energy, a.k.a. thermal energy).

By using the definition of mechanical energy. Just add the potential energy, and the kinetic energy.

Sure, you can add energy to an object. For example, you can heat an object up (to have it gain heat energy), you can raise it (to have it gain gravitational potential energy), or you can make it move (to have it gain kinetic energy). In each case, the energy has to come from somewhere.

Half of its maximum value. No matter where an object is in its trajectory, the kinetic energy and the potential energy of an object will always add up to be the same.

That is quite correct. Energy added to an electron becomes potential energy, in the form of the increased distance from the nucleus. This is very similar to what happens if you lift an object to a higher altitude. The object can fall, and will release energy by falling (for example, water falling through a turbine can generate electricity). Electrons are attracted to the nucleus, so when they move closer to the nucleus, they are in effect falling to a lower energy level. Add energy and they are elevated to a higher energy level. Add enough energy and they leave the atom entirely (in other words, they are ionized).

1) Elevate object to higher position 2) Add mass to object/system

"Mechanical energy" is basically the sum of potential energy, and kinetic energy - thus, an object has more mechanical energy than another one when this sum is greater. You may just need to calculate these energies and add them up, to find out in specific cases.

The process of melting is endothermic because you are adding heat (or energy) to the object. When you add heat or energy to an object it begins to melt , Which tells you the object has reached its melting point or the temperature that the object melts at.

This is done through compression and decompression (for example, compression will increase an object's temperature), and requires an expenditure of energy. Without expending energy, it is not possible to transfer heat from the cooler object to the hotter object.

No. You take energy out of your muscles and use it to add kinetic energy to the object when you throw it.As the object moves upward, it slows down. The kinetic energy is changing to gravitational potential energy.Finally, the kinetic energy is zero, the object starts moving downward, and its gravitational potential energystarts turning back into kinetic energy. It hits the ground with the same kinetic energy you put into it whenyou threw it.

Temperature is how fast the particles are vibrating, so kinetic.

The idea of weight lifting is to improve your ability to lift weights. If you can not do three groups of 6, you are trying to lift too much. If you can do three groups of 10, it is time to add more weight. You do the amount of weight that is right for you. Age does not matter.

Yes, to take energy from something would be cooling it. And to give energy to something is to heat it, so what your asking is, is it possible to heat or cool something ?

possibly. For example, when you raise an 1-kg object one meter up very slowly, the potential energy of the object is increased by g [Joules], where g = gravity constant = 9.8 m/s2. The temperature of the object has not changed.

so that the electric motor lifting the barrier dose not have to work even a 3rd as hard as it would have to in order to lift all that weight it just shifts the pivot point over.

Heat is not a "thing," it is not transferred from object to object. Instead, when an object is cold, its molecules vibrate slower than when it is warm. When a warm object comes in contact with ice, the fast-moving molecules of the warm object transfer some energy to the ice. This is why the ice warms up, and the warm object cools off (due to losing some of its molecules' energy).

The process of melting is endothermic because you are adding heat (or energy) to the object. When you add heat or energy to an object it begins to melt , Which tells you the object has reached its melting point or the temperature that the object melts at.endothermic is adding heat or energy (ENdothermic means ENtering)exothermic is removing heat or energy (EXothermic means EXiting).Conversely, the process of freezing is exothermic.And easy way to remember this is that when ice melts it makes things cold. This is because it is sucking in the heat.

No; that is the default. In other words, if you don't add "extends", the class will automatically inherit from the "Object" class.No; that is the default. In other words, if you don't add "extends", the class will automatically inherit from the "Object" class.No; that is the default. In other words, if you don't add "extends", the class will automatically inherit from the "Object" class.No; that is the default. In other words, if you don't add "extends", the class will automatically inherit from the "Object" class.

The vertical components of surface energy in Young's equation point in the same direction. They add up to balance the weight of the object. The weight must be lower than the surface tension can hold. The object must also not be wettable.

You access the oil pan from under the vehicle not under the seat. You only have to lift the seat to add oil or tranny fluid.... if you do need to lift the seat to add oil or trans fluid, first remove any obstructions from behind the seat, lift the seatback lever to allow the seatbact into the full forward position, then in the left front lower corner (left meaning while you're sitting in the seat) there is a yellow lever. pull up on the lever and the seat will tilt backwards on the rear hinges. the access panel is opened by twisting the now exposed knob counterclockwise and lifting out the panel.

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