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published by the Physics Education Technology Project
This is an interactive simulation on the topic of circular motion that features a ladybug rotating on a turning platform. Users can change the location of the ladybug, add a bug of larger mass, display vectors, view graphs of acceleration and velocity, and set the degree of angular velocity.
This item is part of a larger and growing collection of resources developed by the Physics Education Technology project.
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PhET Simulation: Ladybug Revolution:
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This is a set of concept (clicker) questions designed by the PhET team specifically to accompany the Ladybug Revolution simulation.relation by Caroline Hall
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Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Mathematics of Circular Motion
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