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what are the energy changes when a car rolls from the top of a hill to the bottom? Name two forces that would slow the acceleration of the car?

At first as the car is on the top of the hill, it has GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY

As the car rolls down the hill, GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY changes to KINETIC ENERGY.

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