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written by Tom Henderson
This web site contains a number of tutorials relating to Newton's Laws. Each tutorial explains a subject and provides exercises to test the user's understanding. Some are accompanied by images, animations or graphs to illustrate the concepts. Among the subjects are the meaning and types of forces (i.e. action at a distance and contact forces) and Newton's First, Second and Third Laws.
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acceleration, action reaction pairs, air resistance, force, free-body diagrams, inertia, law of inertia, mass
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### Newton's Laws of Motion

Author: Nancy Stedtfeld
Posted: April 15, 2008 at 12:46PM

I think your demonstrations will be easy to simulate, even in a prison environment, and help my literal thinkers understand the concepts.

### Re: Newton's Laws of Motion

Author: Cathy
Posted:

> On Apr 15, 2008, Nancy Stedtfeld posted:
>
> I think
> your demonstrations will be easy to simulate, even
> in a prison environment, and help my literal thinkers
> understand the concepts.

Thanks, Nancy. We appreciate that these materials are instructionally useful.
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