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Simple Pendulum JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
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The Simple Pendulum JavaScript Model computes the dynamics of a simple pendulum. The pendulum is initially displaced from equilibrium and the pendulum bob has zero initial velocity.…
Block Sliding On An Incline Plane JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
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W. Christian, C. Countryman, and F. Esquembre
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The Block Sliding On An Incline Plane mobile JavaScript model illustrates the forces and dynamics of a block sliding on a surface. This simulation uses the accelerometer on mobile…

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