Motion & Energy - Day 1

Unit 6: Forces and Motion
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: Students will connect the conservation of energy to objects in motion in qualitative and quantitative ways.

Big Idea: The conservation of energy is a key to understanding all kinds of physics, including the physics of objects in motion.

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