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The Constructing Physics Understanding (CPU) Project has developed a set powerful simulation software in six content areas, and a unique software journal where students can track the evolution of their ideas using text...
World-in-Motion is a physics video motion analysis program for Windows. Using this software, you can analyze digitized video files saved in the avi format. While it comes on a CD with over 200 ready-to-use video...
On this interactive site, visitors with a penchant for velocity-time graphs, kinematics, and the world of motion will be well-served. Created as part of "The Physics Classroom" portfolio of educational materials, this...
Wireless is just another name for radio. And of course, wireless is certainly not new. It was discovered in the late 1800s and quickly developed in the early 1900s by Marconi and others. Radio has many uses which...
Music, the human voice, and the ambient sounds all around us are the work of acoustics, the physics of sound. But how does it work? How is sound produced, and what happens when we are hearing it? This Topic in Depth...
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