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written by Tom Henderson
supported by the National Science Foundation
The Physics Classroom is an online physics tutorial written for introductory physics students and teachers. This page has 32 practice problems on it. These problems deal with work, energy, and power. Each problem has an answer and an audio guided solution.
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The Physics Classroom: Calculator Pad: Mechanics: Work, Energy, and Power problems:
Is a Student Extra Of The Physics Classroom: Definition and Mathematics of Work
Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Calculating the Amount of Work Done by Forces
Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Power
Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Analysis of Situations Involving External Forces
Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Analysis of Situations in Which Mechanical Energy is Conserved
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