Y8 - Physics 2.8 (work, energy, and machines)

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You need to know the (f)

and the (d)

to calculate the work done. A simple (m)

like a (l)

can be used to open a paint tin because it is a (f)

multiplier. A (g)

on a bicyle can make it easier to cycle uphill. All simple machines obey the law of (c)

of energy. You cannot get more (o)

than you put in.



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