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Cannon

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Publisher: University of Oregon
This website contains a java applet designed to simulate the two-dimensional projectile motion of a cannonball fired from a cannon. The user may vary the launch angle, initial…

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F. Hwang
Try out your sense of relative motion with this applet. You are looking down on a river, with objects floating by, a boat moving, and a person walking by, who can also swim across.…

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This video explores center of mass and torque and its role in balance for a circus acrobat balancing atop her partner's head. When the top acrobat's center of mass is not over the…

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Publisher: PhET
To explore particle trajectories, try this simulation of firing various objects out of a cannon. You can find out how the angle, initial speed, mass, and air resistance affect the…

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Publisher: Exploratorium
At this Exploratorium site you'll find out how to use a bicycle wheel and a rotating stool to demonstrate how torque affects rotational motion. The site provides an explanation of…

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W. Fendt
This applet demonstrates projectile motion. You can set the initial speed, height, and mass of the projectile, the initial angle of the velocity, and the gravitation constant and…

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Publisher: PhET
This interactive game allows users to study motion in two dimensions. A particle's movement is controlled by varying its position, velocity, or acceleration in both direction and…

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Publisher: Exploratorium
This site from the Exploratorium presents instructions on how to fold a paper airplane using an origami technique. You'll find diagrams and easy-to-follow instructions as well as…

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Publisher: PhET
This interactive simulation allows students to explore energy concepts by studying the motion of a skateboarder. The user can design ramps, jumps, and arbitrarily shaped tracks and…

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Publisher: Exploratorium
Check out this site from the Exploratorium for the science of several popular sports. You'll find out about the physics of baseball, skateboarding, surfing, cycling, and hockey. The…
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