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October 24, 2014

Homework Help: Physics

Posted by a Canadian on Friday, June 21, 2013 at 12:15am.

(delta)Eg = -14.7J
Therefore, Ek = -(delta)Eg = 14.7J
I don't understand how you'd come to the above conclusion? Does Ek just always equal -(delta)Eg?

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