As a result of friction between internal parts of an isolated systema, the kinehic energy of the system increases h nergy of the system remins the sameb. the total mechanical energy of the system remains the same.c. the potential energy of the system increases but the kinetic energy remains the same.system decreases.e. the total mechanical energy of the system imcreases.

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As a result of friction between internal parts of an isolated system
a, the kinehic energy of the system increases h nergy of the system remins the same
b. the total mechanical energy of the system remains the same.
c. the potential energy of the system increases but the kinetic energy remains the same.
system decreases.
e. the total mechanical energy of the system imcreases.
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As a result of friction between internal parts of an isolated system a, the kinehic energy of the system increases h nergy of the system remins the same b. the total mechanical energy of the system remains the same. c. the potential energy of the system increases but the kinetic energy remains the same. system decreases. e. the total mechanical energy of the system imcreases.

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Mechanical energy is the sum of kinetic and potential energy of an object.

Step 2

When two surfaces are rubbed, due to friction, the kinetic energy will get converted to thermal energy. Thus a result the kinetic energy will decrease.

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In case of friction between internal parts of an isolated system, the kinetic energy will get converted to thermal energy, reducing the kinetic energ...

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