Work, Energy, Power

This physics problem set tests your knowledge on work.
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Use these physics problems to test your knowledge on many different energy problems.
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Find out the relationships between work, mechanical energy, and the law of conservation of energy.
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Energy conservation and introductory thermodynamics are explored using this simplified model of two colliding water tanks.
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Concepts of kinetic and potential energy will be explored by analyzing the motion of a skateboarder on a curved track. The questions are based off the following PhET simulation, which can be used to double check answers: http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-skate-park
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This set of questions explore the factors that affect the amount of work done on an object as well as how work translates into kinetic energy.
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Energy conservation will be used to compare the final speeds of objects dropped from a variety of different initial states. Students must understand how gravitational potential energy converts into kinetic energy.
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