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This item is an interactive 3D Shockwave simulation that illustrates the different types of coordinate systems often used in studying electromagnetism: cartesian, cylindrical…
  
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J. Belcher; Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Part of the MIT TEAL/Studio Physics Project, this web page contains a set of simulations relating to vector fields. Each of the visualizations was developed to supplement the MIT…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Sayre and M. Wittmann, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 4 (2), 020105 (2008).
We investigate the interplay between mathematics and physics resources in intermediate mechanics students. In the mechanics course, the selection and application of coordinate…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation reviews some of the material from Basic Coordinates and Seasons Module and The Rotating Sky Module and adds information to put all the pieces together for a more…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation-based module introduces the horizon coordinate system and the Equatorial Coordinate system of mapping the sky. The relationship between the two coordinate systems is…
Ejs Free Fall Polar Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian
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The Ejs Free Fall Polar model displays the dynamics in polar coordinates of a ball launched near the surface of Earth onto a platform. The initial conditions for the ball are a…
  
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This applet displays a point or an volume in three dimensions using spherical coordinates. The user can change the radius and angles and move the point of view. It should be noted…
  
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M. Vega, W. Christensen, B. Farlow, G. Passante, and M. Loverude
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M. Vega, W. Christensen, B. Farlow, G. Passante, and M. Loverude, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 364-367.
In upper division physics courses students are required to work with various coordinate systems. This skill becomes particularly important when learning Electricity and Magnetism,…
  
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B. Schermerhorn and J. Thompson
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B. Schermerhorn and J. Thompson, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 312-315.
As part of an effort to examine students’ understanding of the structure of non-Cartesian coordinate systems and the differential vector elements associated with these systems,…
  
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C. Porter, A. Bogdan, and A. Heckler
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C. Porter, A. Bogdan, and A. Heckler, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 244-247.
This study examined student difficulties related to the potential in the hydrogen atom, and the corresponding ground state, with special attention paid to the role of the Jacobian.…
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