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Work and Kinetic Energy

How is the work done on an object by a force related to the change in that object's kinetic energy? Investigate the relationship between the change in kinetic energy of an object experiencing a non-zero net force, and the work done by that net force on the object. Establish a measurement-based relationship between work and kinetic energy.

Source: Dynamics Systems

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