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Conclusion From the experiment, it can be concluded that work is related to energy in that the work done on an object by the net force is equal to the change in its kinetic energy. Energy can be determined using work by considering the time. It is from its definition that energy is the rate of doing work at specific displacement. The work has linear relation with displacement. If we increase the displacement twice, work is also increasing twice. For a horizontal path, energy of a certain body moving along this path is constant. If it leveled, example, going up stairs, it may vary because of the influence of gravity. It is best to hold the fan cart first before allowing it to
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