Reflection: Complex Tasks Quantitative Conservation of Energy, Part 1 - Section 2: Roller Coaster Example


  Conservation of energy quantitatively can be difficult!
  Complex Tasks: Conservation of energy quantitatively can be difficult!
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Quantitative Conservation of Energy, Part 1

Unit 9: Energy
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: Students will be able quantitatively apply the law of conservation of energy to various situations.

Big Idea: Students use their knowledge of conservation of energy quantitatively.

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