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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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This Tracker expermient demonstrates how to user Tracker's ability to track and analyze multiple objects to study the well known "Shoot the Monkey" problem in introductory physics.
  
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This YouTube video of a Tracker experiment shows a ball that is launched horizontally from a height h and lands in a stationary cart. The cart moves after the collision and the…
  
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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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This simulation shows different views of a spring that is whirled in a circle with one end free. The free end extends outward due to its own inertia or, expressed in terms of a…
  
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This JavaScript simulation compares relativistic and Newtonian models that describe the phenomenon of a particle splitting into two new distinct particles. The motion and the split…
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The Balls in a Box model shows that a system of particles is very sensitive to its initial conditions. In general, an isolated system of many particles that is prepared in a…
  
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A Davidson College studio-based introductory physics laboratory for elastic collisions. In this lab, students make their own videos using GoPro cameras and then perform their…
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