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Energy Kinetic and Potential by Chisano
Transcript of Energy Kinetic and Potential by Chisano
energy go hand in hand. You can't have one without the other! Kinetic and Potential
energy are like peanut
butter and jelly. Sir Issac Newton is a well know scientist.
His Laws of physics can help us further explore kinetic and potential energy. Sir Isaac Newton By
Chisano Mutts Kinetic and Potential Newton's cradle is a perfect
example of kinetic energy.
The red ball is motion. A burning flame is
also giving off
kinetic energy. Potential Energy is energy that's still. Here is an example
of potential energy.
None of the balls are
moving. Here is another example of potent-
ial energy. The
fuel is not
burning. There is a form of kinetic energy called uniform motion. This is motion with no changes in direction or speed. We usually think of acceleration
as going faster, but technically
acceleration is ANY CHANGE IN MOTION. Though gasoline is not kinetic energy, gasoline flowing down something like a hill BECOMES kinetic energy. This car is in
motion... but before it started to move it was still
like this one. Fun with cartoons! Potential energy (peanut butter) Kinetic energy (jelly) Did you know that:
In the time of Newton and Beethoven,
They didn't have photos! Instead, they
painted pictures. Newton's first law says that an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by a greater or equal force. The same thing goes for an object at rest. His second law is that an object will react differently depending on the force that acts upon it. For instance, an object when acted on will go one meter. The same object will go farther if the force is greater. The same applies with the force. His third and final law is that an object will exert the same and equal force as the force that acted on it. A perfect example is bumper cars. When you ram into another car, you feel a force as strong as the force you used to ram into the car. Just in case you don't quite get it. Now you know about Kinetic and Potential energy! Congratulations! Celebratory Music!