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What Is Potential Energy?

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Potential energy is a stored or reserved energy in an object. This form of energy has a potential to work and is powered by the gravity. The scientific formula for potential energy is actually due to gravity.
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Potential energy is energy stored with respect to the position of the object. Measured in joules, this energy has the potential to be converted to another form of energy to do work and it represents the difference between a higher energy state and low energy state. Examples of potential energy are nuclear energy, elastic and gravitational energy.
Potential energy can be thought of as energy stored within a physical system. It has the potential to be converted into other forms of energy, such as kinetic energy, and to do work in the process.
Potential energy is stored energy. For example, a drawn bow is potential energy. Once the bow is released, the horizontal movement is kinetic energy, which is the opposite of potential energy.
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