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Interactive video lesson plan for: Kinetic Energy, Gravitational & Elastic Potential Energy, Work, Power, Physics - Basic Introduction

Activity overview:

This physics video tutorial explains the basic concepts of kinetic energy, potential energy, work, and power. It provides an introduction into forms of stored energy such as gravitational potential energy and elastic potential energy of springs. This video contains plenty of examples,formulas / equations and practice problems.

Here is a list of topics:
1. Kinetic Energy Physics Problems - Energy of Motion
2. Effect of Kinetic Energy - Double Mass or Triple Speed
3. Gravitational Potential Energy - Stored Energy - Mass, Gravitational Acceleration & Height
4. Conservation of Energy Physics Problems
5. Mechanical Energy, Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy Table Diagram
6. Work Energy Principle Theorem
7. Work, Force, and Displacement - Distance Formula / Equation
8. Work Done By a Constant Force
9. Work Done By a variable Force
10. Positive vs Negative Work Done By a Force
11. Work and Change in Kinetic Energy
12. Work Done on Satellite Around Earth
13. Work Done By Gravity, Net Force, and Upward Applied Force
14. Kinematics - Calculating Final Speed, Displacement, and Acceleration
15. Newton's Second Law - Net Force, Mass, Acceleration
16. Work Done By Friction
17. Hooke's Law - Restoring Force on a Spring
18. Elastic Potential Energy of Springs
19. Positive and Negative - Force and Displacement Vectors
20. Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
21. Calculating Work Using a Force Displacement Graph
22. Average and Instantaneous Power Equation
23. Power, Work, and Time Formula
24. Power, Force, and Velocity Practice Problems
25. Increasing Kinetic Energy and Decreasing Potential Energy Situations
26. Units of Work - Joule, Newton Meter, and Kg m^2/s^2
27. Speeding Up / Slowing Down - Change In Kinetic Energy
28. Work Done By Normal Force
29. Cost of Electricity - Kwh Problem
30. Integration - Calculus - Work Done By Variable Force - Finding the Antiderivative / Indefinite Integral

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