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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Very simple question. So I am on a homework problem, and I want to make sure that I am using this theorem correctly. My book states that the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem is:

W=ΔK

Now the solution to this problem involved multiple forces and thus each force is doing work. So my question is, is it legal to say that:

∑W = ΔK

W=ΔK

Now the solution to this problem involved multiple forces and thus each force is doing work. So my question is, is it legal to say that:

∑W = ΔK