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Question

Energy cannot be created or _____.

  1. Formulate
  2. Destroyed  
  3. Fixed
  4. Burn

hintHint:

Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.

The correct answer is: Destroyed


    • Although energy cannot be generated or destroyed, it may be transformed into another form. In other words, a system's overall energy level never changes.
    • This is in accordance with the rule of energy conservation.

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