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# Work

## There are three key ingredients to work - force, displacement, and cause.

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## Work

Students will learn that work is simply the transfer of energy into or out of a system. Students will learn how to calculate the work done and how to incorporate it into energy conservation.

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## Work

Defines and provides the formula for work.

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## Calculating Work

Defines and provides the formula for work. SE 7.7A

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## Work

Defines and provides the formula for work.

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## Work

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Defines and provides the formula for work.

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## Unit 8.5 Work

Students will learn that work is simply the transfer of energy into or out of a system. Students will learn how to calculate the work done and how to incorporate it into energy conservation.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Malt Shop

Learn about kinetic friction and how objects slide to a stop under the influence of friction.

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• Interactive Simulations

## High Energy Particles

Uncover the relationship between speed and kinetic energy in the context of a particle accelerator.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Roller Coaster

Learn about the conservation of energy in the context of a roller coaster.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Ballistics Tests

Practice with the concepts of conservation of momentum and energy by analyzing a special case of the ballistic pendulum.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Ramp And Piano

Learn about the relationship between force, work, and energy using a simple machine.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Astranaut Training Chamber

Uncover the relationship between weight and mass, on Earth and beyond.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Block And Tackle

Learn about the relationship between force, work, energy, and mechanical advantage using a simple machine.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Ski Jump

Learn about the conservation of energy in the context of a ski jump.

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• PLIX

## Work: On a box

Work Interactive

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• Video

## Work

Work is defined in this video, and an example is used to show how to calculate it.

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## Work Quiz - PPB

Calculate work using equation for work. Includes basic trigonometry.

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## Work Quiz

Reviews the definition and calculation of work.

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• Critical Thinking

## Work Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Work.

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## Work

This is an activity for students to complete before and after reading the Work Concept.

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• Real World Application

## Doing Work!

What does it mean to do work? Can you do work without actually doing anything?

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• Real World Application

Learn about the world record deadlift and how physics determines how much work was done.

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• Real World Application

## The Pillars of Hercules

Discover the importance of work and power in becoming the worlds strongest man.

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• Study Guide