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Q: What forms of energy are in a piece of chocolate?

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There are 16 forms of energy. Three forms of energy that we use in our everyday life are kinetic energy, potential energy and mechanical energy.

The various forms of energy are Light energy, Sound energy, Heat energy, Kinetic energy and Potential energy.

The three forms of energy are: Kinetic energy, Potential energy, and Radiant energy.-Carol

Yes, heat and light are forms of energy.

Two forms of kinetic energy are elastic and gravitational.

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