Introduction To Work And Energy | Work And Energy | Physics | Khan Academy

Introduction to work and energy. Created by Sal Khan.

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11 Replies to “Introduction To Work And Energy | Work And Energy | Physics | Khan Academy”

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  2. Sir, a little question i would like to get answered.
    Why were the concepts of Work and Energy developed ? Could you please provide me with some examples of scenarios where we can explain that scenario only with the help of Concept of ‘Work and Energy’. A scenario which can exclusively be explained by the concept of ‘Work and Energy’ and no other concept of physics could explain it.

  3. Deriving (Vf^2*m)/2 from f*d blew my mind. Wow. Awesome video and I love your sense of humor!

  4. I’ll show this to my teachers so they can finally accept that Wikipedia is a reliable source

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