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The law of conservation of energy, which states that the amount of energy in a system is constant. For questions about Earth's environment, see the climate-science tag instead.

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In your equation, $\omega$ stands for angular speed, not angular frequency. The expression you found gives you the angular speed at the bottom of the swing as a function of the maximum angle to vertic …
answered Feb 8 by Trevor Kafka
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Some notes. I've been playing around a bit with "Classical Mechanics Lite" to get a better understanding of exactly what's happening in terms of conservation laws, symmetries, and the seemingly deriva …
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The net work $W_\text{net}$ can be broken down into two pieces: The work done by conservative forces (i.e. - forces that can have a potential energy associated with them), such as gravity or spring …
answered Oct 3 '18 by Trevor Kafka