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Business confidence, the release of workenergy, advertising appeal, market vagaries, the basis of value computations, decay of workmanship, the labor unrest, decline in the thrift habit, are the subjects treated.

I can't just use the same workenergy equation for the Space Shuttle.

For the system of the skydiver and the Earth, I can write the following workenergy expression:

Either way, we can use the workenergy principle to estimate the change in thermal energy for these objects.

Here is the workenergy expression for this motion.

The workenergy theorem follows from Newton's 2nd law of motion: Wnet = F x = ma x If the acceleration is constant, then v2 = v02 +
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