E: Work, Energy, and Power
It is expected that students will demonstrate an ability to apply energy
transformations and the
concept of power to everyday situations.
It is expected that students will:
E1. define work
E2. solve problems involving:
E3. determine graphically the amount of work done on objects by
constant or linearly varying forces
E4. define energy
E5. state the workenergy theorem
E6. differentiate between kinetic energy and gravitational potential
energy and give examples of each
E7. solve problems involving:
E8. state the law of conservation of energy and apply it to reallife
situations
E9. define power
E10. solve problems involving:


