What is the main energy change in a vacuum cleaner?

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What is the energy change in a vacuum cleaner?

Electrical Energy is added to the vacuum cleaner as input. This energy is converted to mechanical energy with heat energy and sound energy being wasted.

What energy is a vacuum cleaner?

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What energy transformations are in a vacuum cleaner?

First the electricity goes inside the vacuum cleaner, then the vacuum cleaner sucks the dirt right away so therefore: Electrical energy -- Mechanical Energy

What energy is wasted in a vacuum cleaner?

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