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Which of these is equivalent to the law of conservation of energy? (Points : 1) The total mechanical energy is always conserved. Friction is a nonconservative force. Kinetic energy can be transformed into thermal energy. The total energy of all types remains the same in a closed system.
the total mechanical energy is always conserved
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mechanical energy = potential + kinetic energies
and they just switch back and forth pretty much
it would be the last one i guess. :) there might be another type of energies in a closed system and they also remain the same amounth of total energy.

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