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In which one of the following circumstances could mechanical energy not possibly be conserved, even if friction and air resistance are absent? (a) A car moves up a hill, its velocity continually decreasing along the way. (b) A car moves down a hill, its velocity continually increasing along the way. (c) A car moves along level ground at a constant velocity. (d) A car moves up a hill at a constant velocity.




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