What is law of conservation of energy - Definition and Meaning

Law Of Conservation Of Energy :

The law of conservation of energy states that energy may neither be produced nor destroyed. Therefore the amount of all the energies in the system is a constant.


Formula :

Energy Conservation At Point 'A' Energy total = K.E. + P.E Energy total = 0 + mgh Energy total = mgh Energy Conservation At Point 'B' Energy total = K.E. + P.E Energy total = mgh + 1/2mV2 To calculate v we make use of 3rd equation of motion, v2=u2+2gS Energy Conservation At Point 'C' Energy total = K.E. + P.E Energy total = 0 + 1/2mV2 To calculate v we make use of 3rd equation of motion, v2=u2+2gS

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