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Answer to Question #85295 in Classical Mechanics for Murari

Question #85295
Is PE stored in an object when a work is done against a conservative force like graviity?
I want to ask that if a conservative force does work directly then PE can't be stord?
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Yes, some PE is stored in an object due to a conservative force like gravity.

The potential energy always associated with some field of some conservative force. And work against a conservative force changes the potential energy. I.e. then PE can't be constant.

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