Energy Conversion Explanation I have a ball behind suspended at the top of a ramp. The ball rolls down the ramp and triggers a switch. The switch is connected to a 9V battery and a motor and turns on once the switch is pressed. The motor acts as a fan because it has "blades" attached to it and spins and produces wind. I know that the ball rolling is potential to kinetic. I also believe that the battery itself is chemical potential energy that is then converted to electrical energy. When the ball hits the switch, is the act of hitting the switch considered mechanical to electrical? If someone could walk me through this with an answer it would be great. Thanks in advance!