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This page contains a multimedia course curriculum for first semester algebra-based high school physics. It was developed by the NROC. This particular resource explores topics…
  
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K. Gramoll
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This is a collection of instructional materials for conducting introductory engineering courses on six topics: Statics, Dynamics, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Calculus, and Multimedia.…
  
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M. Fowler; Publisher: University Of Virginia Physics Department
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This is a set of resource materials for second-semester introductory physics, developed at the University of Virginia. The unifying theme of the course is applying Newton’s Laws to a…
  
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which allows the user to investigate how the changes in altitude affect aerodynamic variables like temperature and pressure. The user can even select…
  
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which simulates the forces acting on a baseball. The user can change the speed, the spin, the angle and the height of the ball. Additionally, the user…
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which simulates the forces acting on a baseball. The user can change the speed, the spin, the angle and the height of the ball. Additionally, the user…
  
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which allows the user to investigate how the changes in altitude affect aerodynamic variables like temperature and pressure. The user can even select…
  
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which simulates an airfoil. The user can change the shape of the foil, the type of object used (including a cylinder and sphere), the speed of the foil,…
  
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NASA Glenn Research Center; Editor: T. Benson
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Web site contains java applet which simulates an airfoil. The user can change the shape of the foil, the speed of the foil, and the altitude. The simulation calculates the lift based…
  
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This website contains a java applet which demonstrates Archimedes' Principle as well as the ideal gas law through the idealization of a common toy, the Cartesian diver.
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