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Roller Coaster Design - Day 1

Unit 3: Energy
Lesson 7 of 16

Objective: Students design their own roller coasters, calculate potential energy and apply conservation of energy to calculate the velocities at key points of the ride.

Big Idea: For a closed system energy is conserved, changing from one form of energy to other forms of energy.

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