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Suppose you are climbing a mountain and after 30 minutes you reach a certain height. There, you pause to observe the horizon. At that point, you have I. Increased potential energy II. Increased kinetic energy III. Loss work Which of the previous statement is true?

Answer #1

** statement 1 ( Increased potential
energy** ) is

As you pause the potential energy increases. As the potential energy is the energy posessed by the body by virtue of its position. when you stopped your body also stops and thus the energy possessed by the position of body increases.

statement 2 is not true as the kinetic energy is the energy due due to motion of body or an object and as the body is paused so this energy is decreased as there is no motion.

statement 3 is not true as loss of work will happen when you falls from the mountain but you stopped only not fallen.

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