School project - NEED HELP!

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• Subject: [mg132206] School project - NEED HELP!
• From: Jenhow Tan <jenh0w at hotmail.com>
• Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2014 01:55:04 -0500 (EST)
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```Is it possible to show the kinetic energy with a bar graph that varies over time manipulation? I'm getting an error asking for a pair of numbers of the coordinates, but I would then be unable to see the bar graph changing proportionally to time.

I would also like it to solve the kinetic energy below my manipulation bars.

Plot[{Potential[tt],
Kinetic[tt], -.5 gravity tt^2 + initialvelocity tt + height}, {tt,
0, TT + .005}, PlotStyle -> {Thick, Thick, {Dashed, Green}},
Epilog -> {White, AbsoluteDashing[{5, 5}],
Line[{{time, 0}, {time, Max[Potential[time], Kinetic[time]]}}],
RGBColor[0, .79, .6],
Disk[{time, -.5 gravity time^2 + initialvelocity time + height},
5 mass],

RGBColor[.6, .73, .36], Rectangle[{11, 0}, {12, Kinetic}]},

PlotRange -> {{-.5, 12.5}, {-.5, 23}}, AspectRatio -> Automatic,
PlotLegends -> {"Potential", "Kinetic", "Position"},
ImageSize -> 300, AxesLabel -> StandardForm[Height]],

```

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