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What serves as the energy source? What kind of energy does it provide?

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    whats ur question??

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    a physics one a transfourmer diagran

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    cant see it lol

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    nvm

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    u posted a question without information though.

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    Energy can be defined many different ways, but if we break it down, we know that Joules is the unit of energy. In order to get Joules, we need work, which is N*m. So we need some sort of force over a distance in order to get energy.

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