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Physics: Kinetic energy. Work and the work-energy theorem. Conservative and nonconservative forces. Gravitational potential energy; spring potential energy. Total mechanical energy. Net work by nonconservative forces = ΔE. Conservation of energy problems. A problem in which mechanical energy is not conserved.

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(1) Kinetic energy.
(2) Work and the work-energy theorem
(3) Continued
(4) Continued. Conservative and nonconservative forces. Gravitational potential energy
(5) Continued. Net work by nonconservative forces = ΔE
(6) Conservation of energy problem
(7) Continued
(8) Another conservation of energy problem
(9) A problem in which mechanical energy is not conserved
(10) Continued
(11) Another conservation of energy problem; spring potential energy
(12) Summary


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