Potential and Kinetic Engergy

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When making a Rube-Goldberg machine, it is important to remember to think about where the energy to keep your machine going will come from.

Learn about potential and kinetic energy:
Potential and Kinetic energy videoHere’s a explanation of elastic potential energy:
Elastic Potential Energy from Flipping Physics (first 4 minutes are best)The force of friction will also be important to consider:
What is Friction?

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Sarah Sumner started to combine her love of working with children with her experience as a computer programmer in 2013, by teaching computer science for the STEM program at Acadecap. She has a B.Sc.H (Mathematics) from Queen's University, an M.Sc. (Mathematics) from University of Ottawa and ten years of software development experience in the high tech sector.

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