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give an example of an energy conversion that produces an un wanted form of energy

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Falling of stone on the ground finally changes into kinetic energy producing sound which is not intended.
v.impressive ans :)
I am trying to think of practical implications like heat energy in machines or so. Not getting this point also.

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hmm interesting but dont the electron flowing in a wire..with a certain kinetic energy creates resistance which in turn creates heat energy which is certainly unwanted
yea ur ans is also rit yash :)
Another example I think may be rite. All machines upon use generate a large amount of heat(Joule Effect) which is not intended.
thats what i said aadarsh
Yeah. I just wrote it in a different way.

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