Work and Energy Review
Description: The Work and Energy Review includes 45 questions of varying type. Questions pertain to the analysis of motion using relationships related to work and energy, mainly energy conservation and work-energy transfer principles. The following concepts are emphasized: work, positive work, negative work, energy, power, conservative (internal) forces, non-conservative (external) forces, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, conservation of energy, work-energy theorem, pendulum, and incline planes.
The Review is available in three versions:
- Printable Version
The printable version includes only the questions. There are no answers and no links to online help. It's perfect for printing and using as a practice test.
- Questions with Links
This version includes questions with links to online help that is pertinent to each question.
- Finally, you can use the Answers Version of the Review. This inludes questions, answers, explanations/solutions, and links to online help that is pertinent to each question. This version is available with all the questions on one page or with a portion of the questions on one page.
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