I was going through the definition of "Work of Forces Acting on a Rigid Body" in Wikipedia .
Here they have mentioned that work done can be calculated by taking any reference point on the body and calculating the work done by the net torque of forces (and pseudo forces) in rotating the body about the reference point and the work done by net force (including pseudo forces) in displacing the reference point (in an inertial frame).
My doubts here are:
Is the total work done (by the torque and the force) is same no matter where the reference point is chosen?
If point 1 is true, then what does this imply for Work Energy Theorem provided that the Kinetic Energy is frame dependent?