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For more information, please see full course syllabus of AP Physics C/Mechanics

For more information, please see full course syllabus of AP Physics C/Mechanics

### Conservation of Energy, Part 1

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- Intro
- Conservative Forces
- Example
- Gravity
- Spring with Block Moves and Stretched
- Friction is Net Conservative
- Path 1 Straight
- Along Path 2
- Potential Energy by a Conservative Force
- Conservation of Energy
- Potential Energy of a Spring
- Example
- Extra Example 1: Work Done By Gravity
- Extra Example 2: Prove Constant Force is Conservative
- Extra Example 3: Work Done by Force
- Extra Example 4: Compression of Spring

- Intro 0:00
- Conservative Forces 0:10
- Given a Force
- Consider a Particle Moves from P1 to P2 on Path
- Work Done by Force
- Example 14:56
- Gravity
- Spring with Block Moves and Stretched
- Friction is Net Conservative
- Path 1 Straight
- Along Path 2
- Potential Energy by a Conservative Force 33:23
- Choose Reference Point (Potential Energy =0)
- Define Potential Energy at Point P
- Conservation of Energy 40:58
- Object Moving from P1 -P2
- Work Kinetic Energy Theorem
- Potential Energy of a Spring 48:42
- Spring Stretched with Mass M, Find Potential Energy
- Example 53:45
- Force Acting on Particle in One Dimension
- Extra Example 1: Work Done By Gravity
- Extra Example 2: Prove Constant Force is Conservative
- Extra Example 3: Work Done by Force
- Extra Example 4: Compression of Spring

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Post by Jingwei Xie on April 17, 2014

Is friction NET or NOT conservative?