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A University of Cincinnati physics laboratory that demonstrates how Tracker, together with prerecorded videos, can be used to deliver online force and motion experiments that…
  
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A University of Cincinnati physics laboratory that demonstrates how Tracker, together with prerecorded videos, can be used to deliver online force and motion experiments that…
  
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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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This introduction to video modeling includes a tutorial on modeling a simple projectile and an exercise on modeling an oscillating cart slowed by friction. This self-contained…
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…
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D. Wong, P. Sng, E. Ng, and L. Wee, Phys. Educ., 46 (2), 178 (2011).
We describe an example of learning with multiple representations in an A-level revision lesson on mechanics. The context of the problem involved the motion of a ball thrown…
  
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Six circular motion tutorials with curricular materials, Tracker visualizations and Tracker data files produced by the National Space Academy, UK Space Agency, and the European Space…
  
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The Physlet® Physics Newton's Laws Illustrations Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Physlet Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 4. In this package we explain why…
  
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The Physlet® Physics Newton's Laws Problems Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Problems from Physlet Physics Chapter 4. This package tests our knowledge of why objects move…
  
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The Physlet® Physics Newton's Laws II Problems Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Problems from Physlet Physics Chapter 5. This package contains applications of Newton's Laws…
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