(For a detailed list of expectations, see Terms and Objectives.)

- Concepts
- Concept Summary(PowerPoint) (download the PowerPoint presentation)

- The Work/Energy Equation
- Deriving the Work/Energy Equation
- An Alternate Derivation of the Work/Energy Equation
- Kinetic Energy
- Work
- Work done by a
constant force
- Work done by a force in the direction of motion
- Work done by a force in the direction opposite the motion
- Work done by a force perpendicular to the motion
- Work done when no motion occurs
- Work is not Force!
- Some numerical examples of calculating work
- A More Mathematical Look at Work
- Vectors and Work

- Work done by a
varying force
- Work done by the average force
- Work as area
- Work done to stretch a spring
- Work - the general case

- The Work-Energy Equation Revisited (AP)

- Work done by a
constant force
- Power
- Applying the Work/Energy Equation to Stopping a Car
- Quiz on Kinetic Energy, Work, & Power

- Potential Energy
- Conservation of Mechanical
Energy
- Free Fall and Conservation of Energy
- Conservation of Energy and the Simple Pendulum
- Conservation of Energy on a Spring
- Simple Machines
- Mechanical Advantage
- Efficiency of a Machine
- Inclined Plane
- Simple Pulley
- Multiple Pulleys
- Lever
- Class 1
- Class 2
- Class 3

- Conservation of Energy in General
- Work - What is it really?
- Conservation of Energy in Living Organisms
- Perpetual Motion Machines

- Quiz on Conservation of Energy
- Labs and Activities
- Force and Distance on an Incline (Data Table)
- The Simple Pulley (Data Table)
- Work and Power
- Work & Kinetic Energy -
Test the work/energy equation
using a dynamics track and
*Science Workshop*^{TM}

- Java Applets
- Interactive Physics Simulations
- Work & Energy Simulation
- Energy of a Ball in Free Fall Simulation
- Energy of a Pendulum Simulation

- Demonstrations
- Supplements
- Links
- The Physics Classroom - Work, Energy, & Power - Very good!
- CPSurf Learning Links for Chapter 8 - good stuff!
- The Physics Department - Mechanics, Energy - from Zona Land. Very well done.

last update February 22, 2009 by JL Stanbrough