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100
Byline:
D. Austin and B. Martin; Publisher: University of Calgary
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This applet is an interactive demonstration of average speed and velocity. The user can move the object, while average speed and velocity is calculated and available through the Data…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
S. Schneider
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This applet is an animation of an object moving with a constant acceleration in one dimension. It shows the velocity and acceleration vectors on the animation in real-time, as well…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
S. Schneider
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This simple applet shows the motion of an object moving with constant acceleration. Options are available to display the position or velocity of the object or ghost images at uniform…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
S. Schneider
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This simple applet shows the motion of an object moving with constant velocity. The user can perform measurements on the simulation to compute the velocity. Options are available to…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
R. Greene
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This web site provides a series of demos and tutorial exercises and demos related to introductory classical mechanics. Students can learn or review concepts and quiz themselves on…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
R. Teese, P. Laws, D. Jackson, K. Koenig, and M. Willis
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This interactive video tutorial is an exploration of Newton's Second Law. The videos show a constant force exerted on carts of different mass. When the same force acts on a more…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
R. Allain
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This blog post includes a Tracker video analysis of a Star Wars VII trailer scene showing a rolling droid. The goal is to estimate the droid's rotational and linear speeds. A…

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