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Unit: Modeling energy

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Push down on a spring until you can't anymore; how much energy is stored in there?
NGSS:
HS‑PS3‑1
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HS‑PS3.B.3
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HS‑PS3.B
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HS‑PS3
If energy can't be destroyed, then how come I'm so tired all the time?
NGSS:
HS‑PS3‑1
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HS‑PS3‑4
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HS‑PS3.B.1
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HS‑PS3.B.2
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HS‑PS3.B.3
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HS‑PS3.B
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HS‑PS3

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Energy can't be created or destroyed, but it's also not limitless: a bouncing ball can't bounce forever!
NGSS:
HS‑PS3‑1
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HS‑PS3‑4
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HS‑PS3.B.3
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HS‑PS3.B.4
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HS‑PS3.B.5
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HS‑PS3.B
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HS‑PS3
Fighting the inevitable—why does your dinner get cold and your ice cream melt?
NGSS:
HS‑PS3‑4
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HS‑PS3.B.5
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HS‑PS3.B
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HS‑PS3
Level up on the above skills and collect up to 400 Mastery points
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About this unit

This unit explores how energy can be used to mathematically model systems. Learn about how the energy of an object or system can be calculated and how that information can be used to predict how systems will behave.