Most of you probably know what energy and force are. Well if you don't know, here's some definitions:
Energy: a property in which it can be transferred into one object to another, and can also change from one form to another.
Force: a push or pull as a result of energy being put on an object.
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I know, I made it seem complicated, but it's actually quite simple.
Energy is used to do work. It's used to move or change an object's position. Energy has different forms that are used for different actions.
But doesn't force change an object's position? Does that mean that force and energy are the same thing?
Glad you asked! Yes, force does change an object's position, but it is not the same as energy. As stated before, energy has different forms that are used to perform different actions. Force uses energy to push or pull an object. Therefore, force needs energy to function.
Force has different forms as well. Click here to learn what they are.
It's really a simple concept. Force uses energy, but energy doesn't use force. I could go on a whole tangent explaining the different types of force and energy, but that's not what we're learning about, and I'm not here to waste your time. If you really want to know, you can click on the links above.
Hope you learned!
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