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he random motions of the components of an object constitute the of that object.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

To determine what constitutes the random motions of the components of an object.

Concept Introduction:

An interaction between the two objects that affects both the objects where it is being pulled or pushed in either of the direction is known as the force. The energy is defined as the work capacity.

Explanation

Let us assume the experiment where the hot metal is dropped inside the cold water. The metals gives heat energy and the water warms up. The molecules of the hot water moves rapidly when compared to that of the molecules of cold water. Due to this, there will be transferring of energy from the water being hot to water being cold through the metal substance.

This, in turn, will make the hot water molecules to slow down and will speed up the cold water molecules. So there is energy transfer from hot to cold water. This energy flow is known as heat. When there is flow of energy because of the difference in temperature it is known as heat...

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