P2 3.1: Energy and Work.

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What must happen if an object moves?
Force must have been applied to it.
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What happens when a object moves?
Energy is transferred and work is done.
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What is work done equal to?
The energy that is transferred.
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What is the unit of work and energy?
Joules, J
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What is the work done equation?
W = F x d
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What does 'W' stand for? Units?
Work done in Joules, J
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What does 'F' stand for? Units?
Force in Newtons, N
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What does 'd' stand for? Units?
Distance moved in the direction of the force in metres, m.
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What does work done have to overcome?
Friction.
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How is friction mainly transferred into energy?
By heat.
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What is the definition of friction?
Force opposing the movement of one surface over another.
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