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This applet simulates an experiment to study Newton's Second Law. A mass sliding on a horizontal surface is connected by a string to a hanging mass. The value of the two masses and the coefficient of friction can be set...
Readers may have heard of the "digital divide", but what about the scientific "digital divide"? The Open Science Directory is attempting to bridge this gap by providing access to a wide range of journals to researchers...
This Office Administration course was created by a team of educators at Florida Community College at Jacksonville to combine business and math. In-depth lessons are provided that address mathematics in consumer finance...
The good folks at Texas A&M University's Extension Horticulture program have been maintaining this site since October 1994. Currently, over fifty teachers, scientists, and extension specialists work to keep this site...
Over 400 science projects, drafted by a professor of Science, are published on this educational Web site. Projects from various scientific fields include animals, atoms, ecology, meteorology, microorganisms, and more....
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