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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…
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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…

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