Problem: Object A is stationary while objects B and C are in motion. Forces from object A do 16 J of work on object B and -5 J of work on object C. Forces from the environment do 4 J of work on object B and 8 J of work on object C. Objects B and C do not interact.What is tot if objects A, B, and C are defined as separate systems?What is tot if one system is defined to include objects A, B, and C and their interactions?What is int if objects A, B, and C are defined as separate systems?What is int if one system is defined to include objects A, B, and C and their interactions?

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Object A is stationary while objects B and C are in motion. Forces from object A do 16 J of work on object B and -5 J of work on object C. Forces from the environment do 4 J of work on object B and 8 J of work on object C. Objects B and C do not interact.

What is tot if objects A, B, and C are defined as separate systems?

What is tot if one system is defined to include objects A, B, and C and their interactions?

What is int if objects A, B, and C are defined as separate systems?

What is int if one system is defined to include objects A, B, and C and their interactions?

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