"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?" Quick lab calculating work and power

"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
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This lab activity has students compare the work and power they have while walking and running up a flight of stairs. This is a pretty common lab activity, but I just could not find a student handout that had exactly what I was looking for. So, I made this one and hope you will try it out and let me know how it goes!

Students will have to measure the distance and time of each trial, and use the work and power formulas. They will also identify the independent variable, dependent variable, constants, and control group of the experiment.
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"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
"Watts Your Power on the Stairs?"  Quick lab calculating w
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