This Exploratorium site presents the ray model of pinhole images. It develops the concepts necessary to understand these images and illustrates them with clear, easy-to-understand diagrams. It explains several examples...
This website allows students to design a simple roller coaster, and it then evaluates the roller coaster based on physical principles such as potential energy and circular motion. It rates the roller coaster on safety...
This website from the University of Guelph's physics department offers a tutorial on free body diagrams. The tutorial includes an explanation of what free body diagrams are, example problems, a self-test, and a free...
This applet simulates the motion of a charged particle in uniform electric and magnetic fields. The user can set the x,y, and z components of the electric field as well as the magnitude of the magnetic field, which is...
This website from David M. Harrison of the University of Toronto's physics department provides an animation of the addition of two vectors. Instructors may use this animation in explaining the concept of adding vectors...
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