Which form of energy is involved in weighing fruit on a spring scale? a. kinetic energy and gravitational potential energy c. gravitational potential energy and nonmechanical energy b. elastic potential energy and nonmechanical energy d. gravitational potential energy and elastic potential energy
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Elastic potential energy and nonmechanical energy is involved in weighing fruit on a spring scale.
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Elastic potential energy and nonmechanical energy is involved in weighing fruit on a spring scale.

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