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Solution for On-Line Homework 11 Interactions II Solution to On-Line Homework Problem 11.1(Interactions and energy) Problem: What are the two types of interactions with respect to energy conversion? Describe a method for determining which of the two a particular interaction is. Select One of the Following: (a) Conservative Interactions-no energy changes form (b) Conservative Interactions-no energy is converted to non-usable forms (c) choice (a) and Non-Conservative Interactions- energy changes form, but no energy is converted to non-usable forms (d) choice (b) and Non-Conservative Interactions- energy changes form, but no energy is converted to non-usable forms (e-Answer) Neither of these represents the correct description of conservative and non-conservative interactions. Solution In any interaction that involves energy conversion, the in- teraction is either conservative or non-conservative. A very 1

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simple way of determining an interaction’s type is by visu- alizing it in reverse. For example, consider a rubber ball
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