Reflection: Real World Applications Conservation of Energy Revisited Through Electromagnetic Induction - Section 4: Energy Transformation Debrief


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Conservation of Energy Revisited Through Electromagnetic Induction

Unit 6: Magnetism and Induction
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students determine the amount of water needed to operate an electric generator that powers an electrical device for one hour.

Big Idea: The rate at which energy is transformed is called power and that transformation can be used to do useful tasks such as operate electrical devices.

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