What type of energy does a piece of paper have?

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It has chemical energy which can be released when it is burned. It may have gravitational potential energy if it is in a position where it can fall. It will also have kinetic energy if in motion such as a paper airplane.
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Does a piece of paper have energy?

Yes, it is made of plant fibres (cellulose which is a sugarpolymer) so it has chemical energy which will be released as heatif it is burned. It also has mass and that mass har

How do you get a piece of paper on the computer screen and get to type on the computer screen?

The "piece of paper" is what is called 'virtual' it is a representative of a real piece of paper but is actually an image of one. The program that presents you with this virtu