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Work, Energy, and Power
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Joule

Joule

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Fifties jet

Fifties jet

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Passenber jet

Passenber jet

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Flying asteroid

Flying asteroid

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Rocket launching

Rocket launching

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Apple on tree

Apple on tree

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Pendulum

Pendulum

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Mass spring

Mass spring

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Pulley system

Pulley system

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Pulley system

Pulley system

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Simple lever

Simple lever

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Hydraulic press

Hydraulic press

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Machine

Machine

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Electric meter

Electric meter

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Mule hauling load

Mule hauling load

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Supersonic jet

Supersonic jet

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Cards from the Learning System for Physics

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