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Roller Coaster Simulation Lab

Unit 5: Work and Energy
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: Students will demonstrate and apply their knowledge of the concept of energy conservation by using mathematical reasoning to predict and calculate the kinetic and potential energy of a roller coaster.

Big Idea: Simulations are useful ways to model the conservation of energy in a system.

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Science, Physical Science, kinetic energy (Physics), Energy (Physical Science), physics, gravitational potential energy (Physics)
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