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What is the formula for conservation of energy?

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What is the formula for conservation of energy?

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chroot

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dE/dT = constant.

Or, if you prefer, the simpler

E = constant.

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Or, if you prefer, the simpler

E = constant.

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Or: Ein = Eout

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chroot

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Oops, I meant dE/dt = 0, not constant. Of course, zero *is* a constant....

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But you must consider potential, kinetic, friction, heat loss ect...j

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