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THE LANGUAGE OF
ENERGY
What is energy?
Energy
Definition
Types of Energy
the capacity of a physical
Kinetic
system to perform work.
Potential
Gravitational
Elastic
Thermal
Electrical
Energy
Law of Conservation of Energy
The total energy of a syste