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30 August, 02:18

When does an object possess mechanical energy?

can be more than one

when it has the potential to move

when it is moving

when it is stationary

when it is fixed to a specific location

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  1. 30 August, 03:06
    Objects have mechanical energy if they are in motion and/or if they are at some position relative to a zero potential energy position (for example, a brick held at a vertical position above the ground or zero height position). A moving car possesses mechanical energy due to its motion (kineticenergy).
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