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    Consider a nuclear power plant, its transmission lines, and everything it provides energy to as a closed system. Which of the following is then true for the system? (Points : 3) The mechanical energy within the system stays constant. The thermal energy within the system stays constant. The total energy within the system stays constant. The nuclear energy within the system stays constant.

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    @Jonask @rajathsbhat

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    Total energy within the system stays constant. Ofcourse if you consider mass as a form of energy.

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    What test is this

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