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Byline:
J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a multimedia introduction to Newton's laws. It includes topics such as inertial and non-inertial frames, relative motion, forces, mass, acceleration, and a few…
  
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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a multimedia introduction to circular motion. It includes topics such as acceleration, velocity, vectors, the Earth's rotation, and nonuniform circular motion.…
  
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Editor: B. Duch; Publisher: University of Delaware School of Education
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This item is an experiential learning activity for high school students on the topic of force interactions, inertia in motion, and collisions. It is part of the Problem-Based…
  
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100
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This webpage from the University of Nebraska contains a simulation of a planetary orbit. The visitor can control the size of the orbit and the eccentricity. The simulation can…
  
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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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Publisher: Red Bull Media House GmbH
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This is the official website of the Red Bull Stratos Mission, Felix Baumgartner’s supersonic skydive from 39 km. The site contains sections on science, technology, and the project…
Atwood Machine in Fluid Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian and J. José Goncalves
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The Atwood Machine in a Fluid model shows two masses connected by strings and pulleys immersed in a water tank. Each mass is acted on by gravitational, buoyant, and drag forces.…