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Threshold energy, unless specified otherwise.
To build on that, the energy of the photon is how much energy goes into system, but it can be more or less (or the same) as thee threshold energy. It's unrelated. But if you're given the kinetic energy or velocity of the electron afterwards, you can use that and the threshold energy to find the energy of the photon.
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