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Which describes the process by which electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy? A. The magnetic field of the stationary magnet acts on the electromagnet by attracting and repelling it, thus converting the energy of motion into electrical energy. B. Static electricity creates attraction and repulsion between magnets, transforming electrical energy into mechanical energy for the battery. C. Magnetic attraction and repulsion between stationary magnets and an electromagnet transform electrical energy from a battery into mecha

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    ill try

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    still i don`t know

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    ummmm maybe B

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    idk

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    i dk sorry :(

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    @wyattpsgirl \(Hai,~hope~this~Engineer~can~help~you~out~!!\) Hmm.. Magnetic attraction and repulsion between stationary magnets and an electromagnet transform electrical energy from a battery into mechanical energy of movement.>> Process by which electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy. \(ref:\) http://study.com/academy/lesson/energy-transformation-definition-types-examples.html

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