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 work-energy 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 real-life situations
E9.  define power
E10.  solve problems involving:

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