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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…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation illustrates the physics of planetary orbits. The user can control the size and eccentricity of the orbit. Each of Kepler's three laws and aspects of Newton's Law are…
  
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D. Meredith
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This page contains step-by-step tutorials and guided inquiry activities that are designed to help students discover physical properties and concepts by developing understanding from…
  
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S. Reddy
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This applet illustrates both conservation of energy and circular motion. A roller coaster car starts on top of a hill, falls through a valley and travels over second hill, then goes…
  
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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This webpage contains a simulation that allows the user to fire various objects out of a cannon. By manipulating angle, initial speed, mass, and air resistance, concepts of…
  
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W. Fendt
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This java applet gives a visual representation of the addition of vectors. The user can choose to sum from two to five arbitrary vectors. The applet adds the vectors visually, moving…
  
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P. Tesler, P. Doherty, and N. Wanner
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This site analyzes the physics of skateboarding in great detail. It goes into many different 'tricks' and the effect of materials and design on the behavior of the skateboard.
  
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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…
  
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T. Dray; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
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This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students determine which way the Coriolis and centrifugal accelerations point. Students use their small…
  
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C. Manogue and K. Browne; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
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This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students learn how to expand functions in terms of spherical harmonics. Students work in small groups to…
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