D. Malleable, conducts electricity, high melting point, giant structure, metallic lattice
Copper is a metal with an atomic number of 29. This metal is soft and reddish in color which explains why it is very malleable(beaten to form various shapes without breaking).
All metals are good conductors of electricity including copper which is also a metal. Metals generally are insoluble in water. Copper also has a high melting point which is a characteristic of metals due to their giant structure and metallic lattice which makes it difficult to be broken down.
we know that energy is always conserved energy can neither be created nor be destroyed it can only be changed from one form to another form here kinetic energy is changed into potential energy with the help of energy balance equation we can find the height