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From: Alex Griswold (agriswold@cfa.harvard.edu)
Date: Thu Oct 24 2002 - 00:29:43 EDT

  • Next message: Petersons: "Re: [Channel-talkenergy] Forms of Energy Discussion"

    On 10/23/02 1:17 PM, "Larry Sherer" <mcoe_lcs@ACCESS-K12.org> wrote:

    > In answer to your question about "mechanical"....It is usually used to
    > describe situations where things are moving, twisted, stretched, bent,
    > lifted against a force (especially gravity), etc. Mechanical is NOT the
    > same as "kinetic". Kinetic refers only to an object in motion.

    Yes, thanks. We might say "'kinetic' is a special case of 'mechanical'"?


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