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This website, produced by MCEER, provides an explanation of how buildings typically respond to earthquakes. The article discusses physics concepts such as Newton?s Laws, inertial forces, and the frequency and period o...
This page contains procedures for setting up 20 demonstrations relating to motion. Designed for use in the introductory physics classroom, each demonstration is written in a lesson-plan format and has been fully tested...
This webpage from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) provides an astronaut?s photograph of the moon viewed from the top of the atmosphere. The appearance of the nearly translucent moon is described i...
This Public Broadcasting Service NOVA website contains information on shock waves and the speed of sound. It has a useful illustration of that shows how a sonic boom occurs at the intersection of the cone of the...
This site, authored by Daniel A. Russell of Kettering University, offers an animation that shows the formation of shockwaves from waves generated by a moving source. Photos show shockwaves of a bullet, an airplane, and...
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