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Two Dimensional Air Drop Model  [ Computer Program ]
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F. Esquembre
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The Two-Dimensional Air Drop model shows a Red Cross airplane planning to drop supplies to a small island. As captain of the plane, the user must drop the package at the right moment…
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L. Wee
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This interactive JavaScript simulation illustrates 1D, constant acceleration motion in the context of moving cars. Included are several different examples of constant velocity (a =…
Projectile Motion (Galileo and Newton)  [ Computer Program ]
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The EJS Projectile Motion (Galileo and Newton) Model presents two different views of projectile motion. The first view, associated with Galileo, describes projectile motion as a…

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