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# Laws of energy conservation

Members:
-Garcia, Abigail
-Igot, Honeylet
-Filamor, Jersey Raven

Objective :
This lab experiment explores the principle of
energy conservation. You will analyse the final speed of a
ball in different mass, weight, volume and sizes dropped
in different height. To know how are we going to conserve
energy.

Introduction:
The purpose of our activity is for us to have an
idea about the The law of energy conservation. This
activity shows that there are many kinds of energy. This
activity will help us to know what is the importance of
Energy Conservation
The law of energy conservation states refers to reducing
energy consumption through using less of an energy
service. We are aiming for the knowledge about energy
conservation.

Questions:
1.) It has been stated that a ball will not
bounce back to the starting position
might be. Using evidence form the
investigation, explain whether you
think the statement is true.
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2.) What kind of Energy did the ball have
when it was held at 100cm? Explain
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3.) When did the ball have kinetic energy
?

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There is a scientific law called the Law of Conservation of
Mass, discovered by Antoine Lavoisier in 1785. In its most
compact form, it states: matter is neither created nor
destroyed. In 1842, Julius Robert Mayer discovered the
Law of Conservation of Energy.
The law of conservation of energy
states that the total energy of an
isolated system remains constant
it is said to be conserved over
time. Energy can neither be
created nor destroyed; rather, it
transforms from one form to
another. The law of conservation of
energy is completely different from
energy conservation. Energy
conservation means saving energy
through such things as insulating
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your home or using public transportation; generally it
saves you money and helps the planet. The conservation
of energy has nothing to do with saving energy: it's all
about where energy comes from and where it goes.
For example: When kicking a ball that is sitting on the
ground, energy is transferred from the kickers body to
the ball, setting it in motion. And when you push a chair,
the energy from you is transferred to the chair so the
chair can move.

Experiment:
Materials:
- Plastic ball
- Rubber ball
- Tennis Ball
- Metre stick

Directions:
1.) Stand the meter stick up vertically and held
each ball type at the drop heights in the table
below.
2.) Drop the ball directly beside the meter stick
and observe how high the ball rebounds.
3.) On the table in the next page record your
observation in the table.
4.) When you finish all the drops , calculate the
average rebound height for each
ball type.

## Height of rebound activity sheet

Height
of drop
(cm)

Trial
1

Plastic ball
Trial Trial
2
3

Trial
4

Trial
5

100cm
200
cm
Height
of drop
(cm

Rubber ball
Trial Trial Trial Trial Trial5
1
2
3
4

100cm
200
cm

Height
of drop
(cm

100cm
200
cm

Trial
1

Tennis ball
Trial Trial
2
3

Trial Trial5
4

Laws of
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