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Work and Energy

Use the links below to access specific internet content for Work and Energy. The internet content is available at the GBS Physics web site as well as from other external sites. (Please notify the instructor of any broken links. Thanks!)

  • Visit The Solutions Manual in order to receive guided help with the Unit 5 Packet. Each question on all Concept Development sheets are listed and a link to online help is given. Even labs are linked to specific help on the given concept. In many instances, the solution to the very problem is given.
  • A discussion of the concept of work and its application to physical situations; plenty of example problems are given (many of which are identical to those found in your packet and labs) - check out Lesson 1a of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.
  • A discussion of the concept of power and its application to physical situations; plenty of example problems are given (many of which are identical to those found in your packet and labs) - check out Lesson 1e of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.
  • A discussion of the concepts of potential energy, kinetic energy, and mechanical energy - check out Lesson 1b , Lesson 1c, and Lesson 1d of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.
  • A discussion of the relationship between work and mechanical energy; plenty of example problems are given (many of which are identical to those found in your packet and labs) - check out Lesson 2a of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.
  • A discussion of how to solve work-energy problems; plenty of examples are given - check out Lesson 2b of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.
  • A discussion of how to use work-energy bar charts as a conceptual tool for approaching work-energy problems; plenty of examples are given - check out Lesson 2c of Unit 5 at The Physics Classroom.

 

 

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