Using Scientific Formulas

Unit 7: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use use scientific formulas and to understand how three data points can be used to determine acceleration, work, force, and power in watts.

Big Idea: How can we measure the energy of a wind turbine? This lesson helps students use mathmematical reasoning to calculate the power of a wind turbine by plugging data into science formulas.

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