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Ch 20: Basics of Work, Power & Energy

About This Chapter

This chapter can help you study information about basics of work, power and energy. These lessons and quizzes will help you learn more about these topics for leisure purposes and can also help you prepare for an upcoming exam.

Basics of Work, Power & Energy - Chapter Summary

The information in this chapter will give you concrete material about work, power and energy. You will be able to calculate the amount of work that is done on an object to make it move, and understand how power depends on work and time. The lessons in this chapter will prepare you to master objectives such as:

  • Define work
  • Give examples of how to calculate power
  • Identify the importance of energy in natural systems

Each video has video tags that allow you to jump around the lesson to areas you want to study more. The text lessons are complete with key words in bold for emphasis so it is easier for you to find the areas that you need to focus on when studying. The resources that you will find in this chapter are all mobile-friendly. You have the chance to study at home or while you are away using a laptop, mobile phone or tablet. This allows you to make the most of your study time. Our instructors are also here to help you answer any questions you have about the material should you get stuck.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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