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S. Shpigler
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In this video, a short sled is placed on top of a long sled on a horizontal track. The long sled is accelerated by a hanging weight until stopped at the end of the track, and the…
  
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A Tracker analysis of a ball is released from the end of a mast attached to a trolley going down, frictionless, a slope. The ball lands inside the cup at the bottom of the mast. This…
  
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M. Vélez, J. Díez, J. del Valle, A. Vázquez, S. Pajares, and H. Chamorro
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This is a video of an experiment of a falling toast performed with Tracker by first year Physics Majors at Universidad the Oviedo. In the first Tracker file, the motion of the toast…
Conference Presentation: Tracking the Coriolis Force  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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A. Cox, Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers (2013).
This conference presentation describes a ready-to-use laboratory activity using Tracker for both video analysis and video modeling of the "fictional" Coriolis force. Students use…
Tracking the Coriolis Force  [ Computer Program ]
  
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Tracking the Coriolis Force uses the Tracker video analysis tool to model the motion of a ball rolling with constant velocity on a rotating merry-go-round. Video includes the motion…
Falling Body On Rotating Earth 2D  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The EJS Falling Body On Rotating Earth 2D model illustrates the trajectory of an object dropped from rest (relative to the rotating Earth) from a point above Earth's equator. The…
Falling Body On Rotating Earth 3D  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The EJS Falling Body On Rotating Earth 3D model illustrates the trajectory of an object dropped from rest (relative to the rotating Earth) from above any point on Earth's surface.…
Relative Motion of Two Carts  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This lab uses Tracker video analysis software to measure and analyze the motion of two carts. Cart 1 has constant acceleration, and Cart 2 has constant velocity. Students are asked…
Free fall and projectile motion  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This EJS simulation allows the user to simulate free fall relative to two inertial frames. The simulation was created using the Easy Java Simulations (Ejs) modeling tool. It is…
A Rolling Ball on a Merry-go-round  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Video Analysis of a Rolling Ball on a Merry-go-round uses the Tracker video analysis tool to measure and analyze the motion of a ball rolling with constant velocity on a rotating…
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