Teaching About Impulse and Momentum
written by William Franklin
This AAPT/PTRA manual on Teaching about Impulse and Momentum contains background and activities to help students with this topic. Samples from the full print manual are available here. In the complete manual, a section on theory and applications is followed by laboratory, classroom, and computer activities. The printed manual includes a section on modern physics applications of the topic as well assessment questions.
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