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Work Energy Lab
a. What assumptions have been made in performing law of conversation of energy and analyzing the results?


b. Which forces are directly responsible for generating ÄQ?


c. How much work do these forces collectively (as opposed to individually) do?


d. Did your values for ÄQ remain roughly the same from trial to trial or was there a significant change? Briefly hypothesize why ÄQ behaved this way.

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