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<b>WORK ENERGY POWER AND MACHINES

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Topics covered by this video

Sources of energy

Levers

Wheel and axle

The inclined plane

Pulleys

Hydraulic machines

Renewable and non renewable sources of energy

Forms of energy and the law of energy conservation

_Work and energy

Examples on work and energy

Kinetic energy

Power

Machines

Example on machines

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