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Conservation of Energy, Part 2

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  • Intro 0:00
  • In Presence of Friction 0:13
    • Work Energy Theorem
    • Work Done BY Friction is Negative
  • Example 10:12
    • Object on Inclined Surface with Friction
    • Heat, Magnitude by Friction
    • Work Done By Friction
  • Calculation of the Force From The Potential Energy 19:15
    • Defining Potential Energy with Conservation of Energy
  • Potential Energy and Equilibrium 31:16
    • Spring Stretched with Mass M
    • Stable Equilibrium
    • Unstable Equilibrium
  • Example 41:02
    • Two Objects or Two Atoms
    • Leonard John's Potential
  • Power 47:38
    • Rate at Force Work Done
    • Average Power
    • Instant Power Delivered at Time t
    • Horse Power
  • Extra Example 1: Force from Potential Energy
  • Extra Example 2: Mass with Two Springs
  • Extra Example 3: Block Pulled with Friction