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Sookdeo-Energy

Key Energy Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
energy the ability to do work or cause change
motion position change relative to another object
force a push or pull
work exert force on an object, measured in Joules (J)
Formula for calculating Work Work=Force x Distance or (W= F x D)
power rate at which work is done, measured in Watts
Formula for calculating Power Power = Work/ Time (P= W/T) or (P = F x D /T)
kinetic energy (KE) energy an object possess through motion, measured in Joules (J)
Formula for calculating Kinetic Energy K.E. = 1/2 Mass x Speed ^2
potential energy (PE) stored energy that can transform into kinetic energy
gravitational potential energy (GPE) objects vertical position above ground, measured in Joules (J)
Formula for calculating Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE) GPE= Weight x height above ground
law of conservation of energy energy is neither created or destroyed but may move from place to place or changes form
Created by: dsookdeo