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What happens to potential energy as a squashed ball regains its shape? A) Potential energy increases B) Potential energy is converted into electrical energy C) Potential energy is converted into
kinetic energy D) Potential energy is stored
What happens to potential energy as a squashed ball regains its shape? A) Potential energy increases
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User: What happens to potential energy as a squashed ball regains its shape? A) Potential energy increases B) Potential energy is converted into electrical energy C) Potential energy is converted into kinetic energy D) Potential energy is stored

Weegy: What happens to potential energy as a squashed ball regains its shape? A) Potential energy increases
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User: Windmills covert ___ energy into electrical energy A) gravitational potential B) electromagnetic C) geothermal D) kinetic

Weegy: Windmills covert ___ energy into electrical energy D) kinetic
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User: How is temperature coverted from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius? A) f = c(3) B) f = 6/5 (c-32) C) c = 5/9 (f-32) D) c = f-32

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