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# Mechanics Work and Kinetic Energy - Exercises - Physics

## Classical Mechanics

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Mechanics Work and Kinetic Energy - Exercises - Physics - Prof. Robert Lin, University of California (CA) - UCLA, United States of America (USA), Prof. Robert Lin, Physics, Mechanics Work and Kinetic Energy,

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