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Work and Energy

How is the work done on a system related to its change in energy? How is the efficiency of a system calculated? Have you ever pulled a swing back and let it go? The work you do to pull the swing backward and upward is converted into gravitational potential energy.

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Essential Physics 3rd Ed. Student Textbook

Work and Energy