What are three basic assumptions in kinetic theory?

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Kinetic energy is the energy produced or exerted by an object in motion. This makes 3 basic assumptions. There is matter (the object exists), it is moving (in motion), and it is producing or exerting energy.
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That they do not interact; collide. That they do not lose energy. That they are not affected by temperature ( not sure about that last one )
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