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This paper, presented at the 2001 Physics Education Research Conference, shares the results of a short diagnostic quiz has been administered over the past two years in the calculus-based introductory physics course at...
This webpage is a tutorial on work and energy designed and maintained by a high school physics teacher. Topics include kinetic and potential energy, spring potential energy, GPE, heat and temperature, and nuclear...
In this simulation, students push common items of varying masses up an incline to explore the relationship of applied force, work, and energy. They control the angle of the ramp, friction, and amount of applied force. ...
This student activity is designed to explore the concept of work. Using inclined planes with different slopes, students are lead to discover the invariance of force times distance for objects starting at the same...
This site, presented by the California Energy Commission, is a descriptive story of what energy is and how it works in our world. The site includes simple definitions of energy and interesting pictures that help...
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