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Publisher: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
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At this site from Fermilab, you can simulate rolling motion to see how the speed and energy change. You'll roll one ball down an inclined ramp and the other along a horizontal ramp.…
  
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S. Reddy
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This applet displays the motion of an object moving with constant acceleration. As a model of a car slowing to a stop, the object initially moves with uniform velocity when brakes…
  
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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This outstanding simulation from the University of Colorado lets you move an object on the screen and see the resulting graphs of position, velocity, and acceleration. Alternatively,…
  
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Publisher: Science and Technology Facilities Council
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This video shows how steel balls and a feather fall in air and in a good vacuum. The motion is well illuminated and captured clearly in the video, and arrows help make clear the…
  
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F. Hwang
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Try out your sense of relative motion with this applet. You are looking down on a river, with objects floating by, a boat moving, and a person walking by, who can also swim across.…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This short article from the online APS journal Physics summarizes the results of a study of a splash produced by an object pulled through the surface of water. The article includes a…