Happy Monday!!

As we are getting ready to wrap up this energy unit, try these *delicious* PhyiscsAviaries related to energy, work, and power. You don’t need to take screenshots, just call me over when you’re done.

Remember our equations for this unit:

E_{g} = mgh

E_{k} = 1/2 mv^{2}

E_{e} = 1/2 k x^{2}

W = ΔE = Force x Distance

Power = work / time = ΔE / time

- Kinetic Energy of a Curling Stone
- Kinetic Energy of a Ball Moving in a Circle
- Work Done By a Force With No Friction
- Finding Spring Constant From a Force vs. Stretch Graph
- Energy From a Force vs. Stretch Graph
- Distance Traveled When Fired by a Spring
- Energy on an Incline
- Power of Motor for Billy on a Hill
- Energy on a Vertical Toss
*(Careful!! “g” is probably not 9.8 on this planet)*
**BONUS** – Find the Spring Constant From a Projectile
**BONUS** – Billy on the Hill

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