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What is the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy? A. Potential energy refers to motion and kinetic energy is resting energy B. An object has potential energy when it is stationary and kinetic energy when moving. C. Potential energy is cold and kinetic energy is hot D. There is no difference.
An object has potential energy when it is stationary and kinetic energy when moving.
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