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  • represents the ability to do work or to produce heat.
  • Interpretation Introduction

    Interpretation:

    Complete the given sentence with appropriate quantity.

    ----------- represents the ability to do work or to produce heat.

    Concept Introduction:

    The property which is quantitative in nature and must be transferred to an object in order to heat the object and do work on the object is known as energy. Energy is a conserved quantity and can be classified as kinetic energy and potential energy.

    Explanation

    Energy is defined as the capability to produce heat or to perform work. It is a conserved quantity. It is the sum of potential energy and kinetic energy.

    Potential energy is due to composition or po...

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