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This resource illustrates classical energy diagrams for 1D motion. It simulates an experiment where the energy of a cart with a magnet can be changed by putting magnets along a track. The resultant potential and...
This item is a lesson plan for beginning high school physics and/or physical science. Students investigate energy transfer by placing a ping-pong ball on top of a racquetball and dropping them together. Upon impact,...
This item, created by Tom Henderson, is is a five-part tutorial on energy basics written for high school students. The author approaches work and energy as a means to analyze the motion of objects. Detailed...
This web page provides an introduction to mechanical energy, focusing on gravity. It includes a java simulation of a dropped ball showing the conversion of potential energy into kinetic energy. Non-elastic collisions...
This interactive presentation, created by authors James Bourassa and John Rosz, explains the calculations and physics behind work and power calculations. The authors address how these calculations play a vital role in...
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