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Instructors at the Pensacola Junior College use this course to explain how social scientists use statistics to understand and explain theoretical concepts. Sociologists provide a cultural context for data and then...
This applet demonstrates the motion of a model car with constant acceleration. The initial position, velocity and acceleration can be varied. Graphs of displacement, velocity and acceleration vs time is traced. Two...
The Exploratorium in San Francisco has offered up this rather fun and interesting activity which gives interested parties the information to build their own scale model of the solar system. Visitors can start by filling...
This simulation illustrates the mechanical advantage possible using multiple pulleys to lift an object. The number of pulleys can be set by the user and the weight lifted also can be varied. Pulley masses are...
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...
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