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# Consider a circuit containing an ideal battery connected to a resistor. Do “work done by the battery” and “the thermal energy developed” represent two names of the same physical quantity?

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The work done on the resistor by the battery is dissipated as heat, which is the thermal energy, developed by the resistor and hence both the phrases represent the same physical quantity.

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