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Conservation of Energy

Definition of Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy is the observation that for a system whose mass does not change, energy is not created nor destroyed. Energy may change forms; energy may be exchanged with the system's environment. Any change in the total energy of the system is accounted for by the opposing change in energy of the system's environment.

Conservation of Energy in Physics Problems

Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy in Electromagnetic Induction

Conservation of Energy in Collisions

Conservation of Energy in Electrical Circuits

Conservation of Energy Explained with Examples

Conservation of Energy

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