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You left out the chance of their being potential energy by being in the "hand". like, hand -> ball -> ground/air.Kevin Burton
next time add potentional energyEmilio Deleonper1
Why do you think that is important? Is it an important piece of this story?
Wouldn't the ball have friction when it would fall to the floor? Either you said that and I didn't catch thatVin K. Period 1
How does the gravitational energy become mechanical? Also its a little too bright. But you did a good job explaining what happens. (: -Niko Legg P.3
1. How does the ball START with gravitational energy? Doesn't gravitational energy get transferred as the ball is falling? I don't think the ball starts with gravitational energy. 2. How is the sound energy in the air? Isn't it on the ground as the ball hits?-Ashley Tarbutton, period 3.
Since the ball was already falling, wouldn't it start out with mechanical energy? And i don't think you mentioned the increase of gravitational and mechanical as it was falling. Good job speaking up:)Micala N. P.3
Your video was clear and easy to understand, but I noticed that you forgot to mention that the Gravitational and Mechanical energy increased as the ball was falling.-Christina Gavrishov P.3
good explanation on the different energies austin budlong period 4
needs a little more detail austin budlong period 4
What details would you have added?
that is a good video because you had a lot of detail in it.Paul Lupulyak period 6