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A rolling ball will eventually stop rolling. Which describes one reason why this happens? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. The ball eventually loses its energy. B.
Friction converts some of the energy into heat energy. C. Friction converts some of the energy into kinetic energy.
B. Friction converts some of the energy into heat energy. This is one of the reasons a rolling ball will eventually stop rolling.
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User: A rolling ball will eventually stop rolling. Which describes one reason why this happens?

User: A rolling ball will eventually stop rolling. Which describes one reason why this happens? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. The ball eventually loses its energy. B. Friction converts some of the energy into heat energy. C. Friction converts some of the energy into kinetic energy.

Weegy: B. Friction converts some of the energy into heat energy. This is one of the reasons a rolling ball will eventually stop rolling.
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