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Which of the following is true?

a. Conserved forces cannot do work

b. Work can be performed on an object without moving it

c. If the work is done by a conserved force, you do not need to know the path the object took

d. To know the total work performed on an object you must always know the path it takes.

e. Normal forces can do work

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