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I was learning work.power&energy and read that there is zero energy at Infinity.From that can we conclude that there is zero velocity at Infinity?

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Zero energy at infinity is only for interaction potential energies like gravitational P.E, electrostatic P.E. etc.

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why is velocity not zero??

At infinity only gravitaional potential energy=0

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TopNewestZero energy at infinity is only for interaction potential energies like gravitational P.E, electrostatic P.E. etc.

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why is velocity not zero??

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At infinity only gravitaional potential energy=0

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