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Posted by Ash (U15158071) on Friday, 25th January 2013
When someone's on a trampoline, at the top of their bounce they have GPE, which is transferred to kinetic energy as they fall, but at the bottom of their bounce they have 0 kinetic energy. What happens to their kinetic energy??
Posted by The Bitesize Science Teacher (U14392404) on Saturday, 26th January 2013
It's been transferred to elastic energy in the trampoline.
Posted by Ash (U15158071) on Friday, 22nd February 2013
So simple - thank you!
Posted by The Bitesize Science Teacher (U14392404) on Friday, 22nd February 2013
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