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Would there be thermal energy when the ball is flying to the ground since there is friction? Also why would the body be chemical energy and not thermal? Otherwise it was a great video and very easy to understand!Jaden Hassell - Period 1
The video was very good and understanding , but where is the thermal energy?
Good video, easy to understand overall. But wouldnt there be thermal energy in the air when the ball is falling?
I think you guys did really good. But you should've explained why everything goes in which place a little better.-Rebekah p.4
This Was A Very Organized Video And Really Understanding. But Where Would The Thermal Be?Alovao MaileoiPeriod 4.
I think you guys should have started with the hand and then the ball and then the air.safaa per.4
Why do you think this...would it have made things easier to understand? Or would it be more accurate?
nice video-RICHARD ACEVEDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I'm pretty sure my hand doesn't have chemical energy unless Im a water bender from avatar.Connor Lewis, p.6
Actually, the chemical energy is the food you ingest, and then the glucose (sugars) that allow you to move. All of your body's mechanical energy comes from chemical energy.
Great video, but where was the thermal energy when the ball hit the ground ?Josh Terre - Period 6