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Igniter 10/26 Define energy in your own words- write down examples of energy. Kinetic Energy. What is it?. Energy of motion Is dependent upon two things: 1. Mass 2. Velocity Increases as mass increases Increases as velocity increases. What are some examples?. Potential Energy.

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Igniter 10/26

Define energy in your own words- write down examples of energy.



What is it
What is it?

  • Energy of motion

  • Is dependent upon two things:

    • 1. Mass

    • 2. Velocity

  • Increases as mass increases

  • Increases as velocity increases




What is potential energy
What is potential energy?

  • Energy that is stored

  • When you ride your bike to the top of a hill and pause- you have kinetic energy!


Elastic potential energy
Elastic Potential Energy

  • What is it?

    • Potential energy that is associated with objects that can be stretched or compressed

  • Think of an example:


Gravitational potential energy
Gravitational Potential Energy

  • What is it?

    • Potential energy that depends on height

    • The greater the weight of an object or the greater the height it is lifted; the greater the GPE

  • Example


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