• ### B.1. Work, Energy, Power

3. #### B.1.1. Work

1. B.1.1.O. Overview
2. B.1.1.1. Solving for the work using the equation W = Fd cosθ
4. #### B.1.2. Gravitational Potential Energy

1. B.1.2.O. Overview
2. B.1.2.1. Solving for gravitational potential energy using the equation Ug = mgh
5. #### B.1.3. Spring Potential Energy

1. B.1.3.O. Overview
2. B.1.3.1. Solving for spring potential energy using the equation US = 1/2 kx2
6. #### B.1.4. Kinetic Energy

1. B.1.4.O. Overview
2. B.1.4.1. Solving for the kinetic energy of an object using the equation KE = 1/2 mv2
7. #### B.1.5. The Work-Energy Theorem

1. B.1.5.O. Overview
2. B.1.5.1. Solving for the total work done on an object using the formula W = ∆KE
8. #### B.1.6. Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Objects that are dropped

1. B.1.6.O. Overview
2. B.1.6.3. Determining the velocity of an object that is dropped after a given amount of time
3. B.1.6.4. Determining the maximum velocity that an object reaches after it is dropped
9. #### B.1.7. Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Objects that are Launched from Springs

1. B.1.7.O. Overview
2. B.1.7.2. Determining the height and velocity of an object that is launched from a spring
10. #### B.1.8. Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Hanging Spring-Block Oscillators

1. B.1.8.O. Overview
2. B.1.8.1. Solving conservation of mechanical energy problems involving spring-block oscillators
11. #### B.1.9. Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Simple Pendulums

1. B.1.9.O. Overview
2. B.1.9.1. Determining the maximum potential energy and height for a pendulum
3. B.1.9.2. Determining the maximum kinetic energy and velocity for a pendulum
12. #### B.1.10. Power

1. B.1.10.O. Overview
2. B.1.10.1. Solving problems involving power using the formula P = W/t
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• ### B.2. Linear Momentum and Impulse

3. #### B.2.1. Momentum

1. B.2.1.O. Overview
2. B.2.1.1. Determining the momentum of an object using p = mv
3. B.2.1.2. Determining the total momentum of more than one object
4. #### B.2.2. Impulse

1. B.2.2.O. Overview
2. B.2.2.1. Determining the impulse on an object using J = F ∆t
3. B.2.2.2. Determining the impulse on an object from the change in momentum using J = ∆p
5. #### B.2.3. Conservation of Linear Momentum

1. B.2.3.O. Overview
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