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

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  • I can't just use the same work-energy equation for the Space Shuttle.

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  • For the system of the skydiver and the Earth, I can write the following work-energy expression:

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

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  • Here is the work-energy expression for this motion.

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  • The work-energy 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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