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Stober Rollercoaster

ROLLERCOASTER WORDS**************

TermDefinition
Matter anything that takes up space and has mass
Energy the ability to do work
Kinetic Energy energy an object has due to its motion
Potential Energy stored energy an object has due to it shape or position
Gravitational Potential Energy potential energy that depends on object's height
Elastic Potential Energy potential energy that depends on object's ability to be stretched or compressed
Energy Transformation change from one form of energy to another
Conservation of Energy energy cannot be created or destroyed
Heat vibration and movement of atoms (due to kinetic energy)
Friction The resistance to motion of 2 objects that are sliding against one another.
Gravity a force of attraction between two objects, even though the objects are not touching
Elasticity a force associated with objects, such as rubber bands, that stretch or compress
Created by: DSTOBER