Work and Energy Review

Description: The Work and Energy Review includes 45 questions of varying type. Questions pertain to the analysis of motion using relationships related to work and energy, mainly energy conservation and work-energy transfer principles. The following concepts are emphasized: work, positive work, negative work, energy, power, conservative (internal) forces, non-conservative (external) forces, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, conservation of energy, work-energy theorem, pendulum, and incline planes.


The Review is available in three versions:

  1. Printable Version
    The printable version includes only the questions. There are no answers and no links to online help. It's perfect for printing and using as a practice test.
     
  2. Questions with Links
    This version includes questions with links to online help that is pertinent to each question. 
     
  3. Finally, you can use the Answers Version of the Review. This inludes questions, answers, explanations/solutions, and links to online help that is pertinent to each question. This version is available with all the questions on one page or with a portion of the questions on one page. 

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