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written by Anne Cox
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This conference presentation describes a ready-to-use laboratory activity using Tracker for both video analysis and video modeling of the "fictional" Coriolis force. Students use video analysis to track the motion of a ball in a rotating reference frame. Then, they build a model of the motion using Tracker's modeling tools and compare the experiment to theory.
Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers
Part of the Tracker Video Analysis Session series
New Orleans, Louisanna: Jan 8, 2013
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Classical Mechanics
- Relative Motion
= Coriolis Effect
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Anne J Cox
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0442581
Keywords:
OSP, Open Source Physics, Tracker, rotating reference frame, rotation, video analysis, video modeling
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Metadata instance created January 12, 2013 by Anne Cox
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A. Cox, presented at the Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, New Orleans, Louisanna, 2013, WWW Document, (http://tinyurl.com/trackerCoriolis).
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A. Cox, Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force presented at the Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, New Orleans, Louisanna, 2013, <http://tinyurl.com/trackerCoriolis>.
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Cox, A. (2013, Jan 8). Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force. Paper presented at Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, New Orleans, Louisanna. Retrieved September 1, 2014, from http://tinyurl.com/trackerCoriolis
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Cox, Anne. "Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force." Paper presented at the Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, New Orleans, Louisanna, Jan 8, 2013. http://tinyurl.com/trackerCoriolis (accessed 1 September 2014).
MLA Format
Cox, Anne. "Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force." Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers. New Orleans, Louisanna: 2013. of Tracker Video Analysis Session. 1 Sep. 2014 <http://tinyurl.com/trackerCoriolis>.
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@inproceedings{ Author = "Anne Cox", Title = {Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force}, BookTitle = {Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers}, Address = {New Orleans, Louisanna}, Series = {Tracker Video Analysis Session}, Month = {Jan 8}, Year = {2013} }
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