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This web page contains explanations and examples of the Coriolis and centripetal and relativistic forces. The page incorporates many diagrams and links to other similar examples to…
  
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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a multimedia introduction to rotation. It includes topics such as rotational kinetic energy, rotational kinematics, moment of inertia, torques, Newton's laws…
  
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This student activity uses a Java applet to show the relationship between simple harmonic motion and constant velocity circular motion. The applet features three parts: 1) A particle…
Rocket Car on an Inclined Plane Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, F. Esquembre, and M. Belloni
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This simulation displays a rocket car on an inclined plane, which can be set to bounce (elastic collision) when the car reaches the bottom. Use the slider to introduce a positive or…
  
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This web site contains media-illustrated articles on various physical phenomena related to the Coriolis effect. Almost all of the articles are illustrated with mathematically…
  
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University of Minnesota Physics Education Research Group, K. Heller, and P. Heller
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This page provides a set of context-rich physics problems on center of mass, moment of inertia, angular momentum, torques, and rotational energy. Each problem involves a real-life…
  
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This web page is an interactive physics problem on rotational friction. The user can control whether friction is present, and see how it affects the motion of a car attempting to…
  
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M. Wells and B. Duch; Publisher: University of Delaware Mathematics & Science Education Resource Center
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This web site provides the resources for three inquiry-based curricular units for introductory physical science. Each unit features a context-based approach, as students investigate…
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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
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This interactive homework problem requires the student to determine the fraction of a disk's total kinetic energy due to the rotation of a puck resting on a horizontal frictionless…
  
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This interactive homework problem asks the student to determine the angular velocity of a disk after one rotation given the initial motion. A sequence of questions designed to…
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