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Course SummaryThis ScienceFusion Motion, Forces and Energy Textbook Companion Course uses video lessons to help students learn about motion, forces and energy and earn a better grade. Each lesson is about five minutes long and is designed to align with the textbook.
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- Watch fun videos that cover the motion, forces and energy topics you need to learn or review.
- Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
- If you need additional help, re-watch the videos until you've mastered the material or submit a question for one of our instructors.
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Students will be able to learn all the science topics in the textbook with this engaging course, including:
- Distance, motion, speed and velocity
- Calculating acceleration, deceleration, centripetal acceleration
- Types of forces, how to define and calculate net force
- Newton's Laws of Motion and gravity
- Fluid dynamics, buoyancy, atmospheric pressure
- Kinetic, mechanical and potential energy, work and power
- Simple machines
- Electricity, insulators, conductors, electric forces, circuits and currents
- Magnetism and magnetic fields
- Generating and converting electricity using motors and generators
- Electronic technology
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