 #  You reading this screen  The lights  My computer  The wind outside  The sun  You breathing, moving, writing.

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 You reading this screen  The lights  My computer  The wind outside  The sun  You breathing, moving, writing

 Energy is defined as the ability to do work.  Work is done when a force causes something to move.  Energy can also be defined as the ability to cause change.  When work is done and a change occurs energy moves from place to place, or it changes from one form to another.

 Electrical  Chemical (can be from food)  Radiant (from the sun)  Thermal  Energy can be stored and moved from place to place.

 Money is similar to energy. Money can be stored in several forms, cash, bank accounts, coins. And can be transferred from one form to another.  Regardless of the form, money is still money. The same is true for energy.

 The energy a moving object has because of its motion.  The kinetic energy of an object depends on its mass and speed.  Kinetic energy= ½ mass (in kg) x (speed (m/s))² KE= ½ mv ²

 The SI unit of energy is joule  It is abbreviated J

 A jogger whose mass is 60 kg is moving at a speed of 3m/s. What is the jogger’s kinetic energy?  The equation for kinetic energy is KE= ½ mv² KE= ½ (60 kg) (3 m/s) ² KE= ½ (60 kg) (9) KE= 270 J

 What is the kinetic energy of a baseball moving at a speed of 40 m/s if the baseball has a mass of 0.15 kg? KE= ½ mv ² KE= ½ (0.15 kg) (40 m/s)² KE= ½ (0.15) (1600) KE= 120 J

 Energy does not have to involve motion, even motionless objects can have energy.  This energy is stored in the object  The stored energy has to potential to have energy, so it is called potential energy.  Potential energy= stored energy due to position.  Can you think of some examples of potential energy?

 An apple in a tree has to potential to have energy if it falls.  If it does fall the stored energy of position is converted to energy of motion.

 What happens if you stretch out a rubber band and let is go?  Energy that is stored by something that can stretch or compress like a rubber band or a spring.

 Energy that is stored in chemical bonds.  This can be found in the food you eat, and gasoline in your car, or natural gas in your house.

 Energy stored by objects due to their position above the earth’s surface.  This depends on the objects mass, and their height above the ground. Gravitational Potential Energy (J)= mass (kg)x acceleration due to gravity (m/s ²) x height (m) GPE= mgh

 What is the gravitational potential energy of a ceiling fan that has a mass of 7 kg, and is 4 m above the ground? GPE= mgh GPE= (7 kg) x (9.8 m/s ²)x (4 m) GPE= 7 x 9.8 x 4 GPE= 274 J

 Which object on the bookcase has the greatest GPE? The highest one (the plant)  If there are 2 objects on the same shelf which would have the most GPE? The one with more mass.

 As an object falls does its GPE increase or decrease? The closer an object is to the ground, the less GPE it has, therefore as an object falls it has less GPE as it gets closer to the ground.

 Transforming Electrical Energy: Electrical Energy is converted into light and thermal energy.  Transforming Chemical Energy: On a car the gasoline holds potential energy that is converted into kinetic energy to make the car move.

 An electrical spark ignites a small amount of fuel.  This causes the chemical energy to turn to thermal energy.  The thermal energy causes the gases to expand and move parts of the engine, producing kinetic energy.

 Every green plant you see converts light energy from the sun into energy stored in chemical bonds in the plant.  What it this process called?  photosynthesis  If you eat the plant the chemical potential energy in the plant is transformed into other forms of energy in your body.

 Can you think of anything that converts kinetic into potential energy?  Bicycles  Roller coasters  Swings  Bow and arrow  Rubber band

 Mechanical Energy: the total amount of potential and kinetic energy. Mechanical energy= potential energy + kinetic energy

 What is projectile motion?  When an object moves in a curved path. Low KE High GPEHigh KE Low GPE High KE Low GPE

 The ride starts with kinetic energy ( a push)  As the swing rises, you lose speed but gain height.  Kinetic energy changes from gravitational potential energy.  At the top of the path GPE is the greatest.  As the swing accelerates downward, potential energy changes to kinetic energy.  At the bottom of each swing kinetic energy is greatest, while potential energy is at a minimum.

 Energy can not be created or destroyed, it only changes from one form to another.  On a large scale this means that the entire amount of energy in the universe stays the same.

 On a swing where does the energy go?  It is converted to thermal energy to heat up the hooks that hold the swing in place.

 The sun is able to heat the earth from so far away due to the fusion that is taking place.  Fusion is when two nuclei are combined to form one.  This takes a small amount of mass and turns it into a large amount of energy.

 Nuclear fission is when one large nucleus is split into two or more smaller ones.  This also uses mass and converts it into energy.  Nuclear fission is used by power plants to create electricity.

 Moving: stored potential energy is converted into kinetic energy.  Keeping temperature constant: chemical potential energy.

 Your body obeys the law of conservation of energy.  Your body stores energy in the form of fat and other chemical compounds.  The chemical potential energy is used to keep your heart beating, and you digesting the foods you eat.  Your body also converts energy to heat to make your body move.

 Your body needs the proper ratio of food taken in to energy burned.  The food calorie (C) is a unit of energy that nutritionists use to find out how much energy your food has.  1 C= 4184 J  1 gram of fat= 9 C  Carbohydrates and proteins each have 4 C of energy.

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