Work, According to Science: Work = Force X Distance

Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
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This packet by Suzanne Buras includes a foldable that defines the scientific meaning of "work" and includes some definitions, how to calculate "work," and 6 simple machines that make work easier. It also includes an activity in which students calculate the "work" it would take to move some of their classmates from one location to another location. Good practice with measuring and conversions. Lots of fun! Your students will enjoy THIS WORK!!!
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Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance
Work, According to Science:  Work = Force X Distance