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Graphs and Tracks Model  [ Computer Program ]

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W. Christian and M. Belloni
The Graphs and Tracks Model allows instructors to create custom models of a ball rolling on a track with a variable shape. This EJS model was inspired by the Graphs and Tracks…
Stick Falling from Table Model  [ Computer Program ]

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W. Christian
The Stick Falling from Table Model shows the translational and rotational motion of a stick falling from a table.  The normal and gravitational force vectors and the center of mass…

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J. Nelson and J. Nelson; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers
This AAPT/PTRA Teacher Resource Guide covers approaches to teaching and learning kinematics. Based on physics education research, the book provides teachers with the resources needed…
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T. Henderson
This interactive tutorial explains how to approach two-body force problems involving pulleys and strings. Several examples are presented with simple explanations and informative…

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T. Henderson
This collection by features interactive Shockwave activities that simulate a variety of physical situations. Students manipulate variables and observe the outcome on the physical…

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C. Bakken
These materials are written to supplement the book Amusement Park Physics, 2nd Edition by Clarence Bakken. They include descriptions of contests, projects, and demonstrations related…

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F. Hwang
This applet presents a graphical, interactive picture of relative motion. It illustrates how an object may appear to have different motions to different observers, depending on how…

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Technical Services Group @ MIT Physics; Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This video demonstration illustrates the parabolic motion of the center of mass of a moving object. Non-symmetric objects are tossed, first is full light and then black light. Black…
Two Body Orbits Model  [ Computer Program ]

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W. Christian
The Two Body Orbits model for teachers shows the motion of two objects (binary star or moon-planet system) interacting via Newton's law of universal gravitation. It is designed to…

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C. Manogue; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
This kinesthetic activity is designed to help upper-division undergraduate students visualize possible graphs of the potential energy for central force motion. Students observe the…
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