PENDULUM WORKSHEET

PENDULUM WORKSHEET - PENDULUM WORKSHEET 1. 1 is where PE is...

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PENDULUM WORKSHEET 1. 1 is where PE is the  greatest 2. 3 is where PE is the least 3. 3 is where the KE is the  greatest 4. 1,5  is where KE is the least 5. 2,4  is where KE = PE 6. 0  is how many Joules of KE  the pendulum has at point 1
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PENDULUM WORKSHEET 7. Explain why the pendulum has the most KE at point 3 * 3 is the point of maximum speed 8. Why is point 5 a little lower than point 1?  Where and  how is that small amount of PE lost? * Air friction and other friction cause some of the PE to  be changed into heat energy
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PENDULUM WORKSHEET 9. Explain why the pendulum has the most PE at point  1? * It is the highest point above the ground 10. Show the steps that the energy goes through from  the sun to the pendulum. * Fusion   Sun   Plants   Food   Work done by  a person   Pendulum
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PENDULUM WORKSHEET 11. How could you have a pendulum have more KE 
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2009 for the course PHY 76875 taught by Professor Turner during the Summer '09 term at University of Texas.

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