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State the principle of conservation of mechanical energy
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The principle of conservation of mechanical energy states that the total amount of mechanical energy, in a closed system in the absence of dissipative forces ( such as friction and air resistance ), remains constant. This means that potential energy can become kinetic energy, or vice versa, but energy cannot "disappear".
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