## Reflection: Staircase of Complexity Forces and Work Revisited - Section 4: Shape of and Key Questions about Coulomb's Law

Student Responses to Area Dilemma
Staircase of Complexity: Student Responses to Area Dilemma

# Forces and Work Revisited

Unit 2: Electrostatics
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## Big Idea: Work can be calculated as the area under a force versus distance graph.

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