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A.
Motion and Forces
B.
Conservation of Energy and Momentum
C.
Circular Motion and Gravitation
D.
Oscillations
E.
Thermal Physics
F.
Electromagnetism
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B.
Conservation of Energy and Momentum
B.1.
Work, Energy, Power
B.1.M.
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B.1.Q.
Unit Challenge
B.1.1.
Work
B.1.1.O.
Overview
B.1.1.1.
Solving for the work using the equation W = Fd cosθ
B.1.2.
Gravitational Potential Energy
B.1.2.O.
Overview
B.1.2.1.
Solving for gravitational potential energy using the equation U
_{g}
= mgh
B.1.3.
Spring Potential Energy
B.1.3.O.
Overview
B.1.3.1.
Solving for spring potential energy using the equation U
_{S}
= 1/2 kx
^{2 }
B.1.4.
Kinetic Energy
B.1.4.O.
Overview
B.1.4.1.
Solving for the kinetic energy of an object using the equation KE = 1/2 mv
^{2}
B.1.5.
The Work-Energy Theorem
B.1.5.O.
Overview
B.1.5.1.
Solving for the total work done on an object using the formula W = ∆KE
B.1.5.2.
Solving for distance orforce from the total work done on an object using W = Fd and W = âˆ†KE
B.1.6.
Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Objects that are dropped
B.1.6.O.
Overview
B.1.6.1.
Determining the gravitational potential energy of an object that is dropped after a given amount of time
B.1.6.2.
Determining the kinetic energy of an object that is dropped after a given amount of time
B.1.6.3.
Determining the velocity of an object that is dropped after a given amount of time
B.1.6.4.
Determining the maximum velocity that an object reaches after it is dropped
B.1.7.
Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Objects that are Launched from Springs
B.1.7.O.
Overview
B.1.7.1.
Determining the gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy of an object that is launched from a spring
B.1.7.2.
Determining the height and velocity of an object that is launched from a spring
B.1.7.3.
Determining the kinetic energy and velocity of an object that is launched from an spring
B.1.7.4.
Determining the maximum gravitational potential energy and height of an object that is launched from an spring
B.1.7.5.
Determining the maximum kinetic energy and maximum velocity of an object that is launched from an spring
B.1.8.
Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Hanging Spring-Block Oscillators
B.1.8.O.
Overview
B.1.8.1.
Solving conservation of mechanical energy problems involving spring-block oscillators
B.1.9.
Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Simple Pendulums
B.1.9.O.
Overview
B.1.9.1.
Determining the maximum potential energy and height for a pendulum
B.1.9.2.
Determining the maximum kinetic energy and velocity for a pendulum
B.1.10.
Power
B.1.10.O.
Overview
B.1.10.1.
Solving problems involving power using the formula P = W/t
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B.2.
Linear Momentum and Impulse
B.2.M.
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B.2.1.
Momentum
B.2.1.O.
Overview
B.2.1.1.
Determining the momentum of an object using p = mv
B.2.1.2.
Determining the total momentum of more than one object
B.2.2.
Impulse
B.2.2.O.
Overview
B.2.2.1.
Determining the impulse on an object using J = F ∆t
B.2.2.2.
Determining the impulse on an object from the change in momentum using J = ∆p
B.2.3.
Conservation of Linear Momentum
B.2.3.O.
Overview
B.2.3.1.
Determining the momentum of objects using the conservation of momentum for inelastic collisions
B.2.3.2.
Determining the initial and final velocities of objects using the conservation of momentum for inelastic collisions
B.2.3.3.
Determining the momentum of objects using the conservation of momentum for elastic collisions
B.2.3.4.
Determining the initial and final velocities of objects using the conservation of momentum for elastic collisions
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