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This page from the National Science Center contains an applet demo of coupled pendulums. The animation shows the force that one pendulum exerts on the other. A brief paragraph describes the motion and what is going on...
This webpage, from Hyperphysics, describes a pendulum and provides a formula for its period. The page includes a calculator to obtain the period from the pendulum's length and the acceleration of gravity.
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 web site, authored by Erik Neumann, contains a collection of interactive java simulations for physics. Each simulation includes a detailed explanation of the physics and math behind the system, as well as the...
Created by Lang Moore and David Smith for the Connected Curriculum Project, this module explores the phase plane for a second-order nonlinear differential equation, specifically the standard model for damped and...
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