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 What type of energy would a vacuum cleaner be?

Answer A mechanical or electrical.
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What energy is a vacuum cleaner?

i hear that fridge was the first company who has made the refrigerator , i just was a company name its not a device name !! !! i also want to know truth about this confusion and till i got the ab... Read More »
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What are the energy changes in a vacuum cleaner?

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
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What energy is wasted in a vacuum cleaner?

Most are built to provide temperature ranges of between about 45 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. They are also meant to be operated in environments that have ambient temperatures of about 76-77 degrees... Read More »
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