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Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Mechanical Work: More Practice
Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Kinetic Energy: Learning Goals
The student will be able to describe the kinetic
energy of an object (the energy of motion) in
qualitative and quantitative terms.
Kinetic Energy
SPH4C
F = ma
When a force is applied to accelerate an object
from speed v1 to speed v2, the work done on the
object can be written as:
. . . add in some kinematics:
Since
and
,
. . . add in some kinematics:
Since
and
,
. . . add in some kinematics:
Since
and
,
Kinetic Energy
Since this work is done to increase the speed of
the object, the energy that is increased is the
object's kinetic energy Ek:
Kinetic Energy
Since this work is done to increase the speed of
the object, the energy that is increased is the
object's kinetic energy Ek:
Kinetic energy is therefore:
Example 1
A car of mass 1500 kg is travelling at a speed of 24 m/s.
Calculate the kinetic energy of the car.
Example 1
A car of mass 1500 kg is travelling at a speed of 24 m/s.
Calculate the kinetic energy of the car.
Example 2
An object of mass 5.0 kg is travelling at a speed of 4.0 m/s.
27 J of work is done to increase the speed of the object.
Calculate its final kinetic energy and final speed.
Example 2
An object of mass 5.0 kg is travelling at a speed of 4.0 m/s.
27 J of work is done to increase the speed of the object.
Calculate its final kinetic energy and final speed.
Example 2
An object of mass 5.0 kg is travelling at a speed of 4.0 m/s.
27 J of work is done to increase the speed of the object.
Calculate its final kinetic energy and final speed.
Example 2
An object of mass 5.0 kg is travelling at a speed of 4.0 m/s.
27 J of work is done to increase the speed of the object.
Calculate its final kinetic energy and final speed.
More Practice
Going the (Horizontal) Distance Lab Activity
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