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center of mass | point where entire mass of a body can be considered concentrated |

conservation of energy | principle saying energy amount is constant in system that doesn't undergo outside force |

elastic collision | encounter in which total kinetic energy of colliding bodies is same after the collision as before |

elastic potential energy | potential energy which is stored when a body is distorted |

energy | capacity to do work |

gravitational energy | energy associated with a gravitational field |

inelastic collision | encounter in which total kinetic energy of colliding bodies is not conserved |

kinetic energy | energy of a body or system with respect to the motion |

potential energy | energy of a body or system with respect to position or particle arrangement |

power | work done or energy transferred per unit of time |

separation | place, line, or point of parting |

spring constant | proportionality between applied force and resulting change in length of a given spring |

work | transference of energy equaling force times the distance through which it acts |

work-energy theorem | formula showing work done on rigid body by net force changes energy of the body |

center of mass | point where entire mass of a body can be considered concentrated |

conservation of energy | principle saying energy amount is constant in system that doesn't undergo outside force |

elastic collision | encounter in which total kinetic energy of colliding bodies is same after the collision as before |

elastic potential energy | potential energy which is stored when a body is distorted |

energy | capacity to do work |

gravitational energy | energy associated with a gravitational field |

inelastic collision | encounter in which total kinetic energy of colliding bodies is not conserved |

kinetic energy | energy of a body or system with respect to the motion |

potential energy | energy of a body or system with respect to position or particle arrangement |

power | work done or energy transferred per unit of time |

separation | place, line, or point of parting |

spring constant | proportionality between applied force and resulting change in length of a given spring |

work | transference of energy equaling force times the distance through which it acts |

work-energy theorem | formula showing work done on rigid body by net force changes energy of the body |