Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Comparing Kinetic Energy and Momentum - Section 1: Overview

 

  Layering Knowledge With Information From Multiple Sources
  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Layering Knowledge With Information From Multiple Sources
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Comparing Kinetic Energy and Momentum

Unit 6: Momentum
Lesson 12 of 14

Objective: Students will read a college level text and determine the meaning of physics terms that relate to kinetic energy and momentum in context.

Big Idea: Momentum and kinetic energy are both dependent on mass and velocity but are not equivalent to each other.

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