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###### E=k+U Ener gla MecanicaConservative ForcesNonconservative ForcesK=imV2 Energla Cinetlca U = Energia PotencialGravitational Elastic ElectricFriction Air resistance Tension in cord Motor or rocket propulsion Push or pull by personUg = mgy Energia Potencial GravitacionalUs =Zkx? Energia Potencial Elistica En presencia de Fuerzas conservativas Ia Energia Mecanica del sistema se conserva (Se mantiene constante;all potential energyProblema #2: Si dejamos caer una piedra de m = 1.5 kg desde una altura

E=k+U Ener gla Mecanica Conservative Forces Nonconservative Forces K=imV2 Energla Cinetlca U = Energia Potencial Gravitational Elastic Electric Friction Air resistance Tension in cord Motor or rocket propulsion Push or pull by person Ug = mgy Energia Potencial Gravitacional Us =Zkx? Energia Potencial Elistica En presencia de Fuerzas conservativas Ia Energia Mecanica del sistema se conserva (Se mantiene constante; all potential energy Problema #2: Si dejamos caer una piedra de m = 1.5 kg desde una altura de h = 1.90 m. Determine la energia cinetica, la Energia Potencial y Ia Energia Mecanica. Complete la siguiente tabla. half U. hall K all kinctic encrgy K Ug Velocidades (joules) (joules)_ (mls) Punto (joules) B

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