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This website, from Physclips, provides a general explanation of the Foucault pendulum, which is a laboratory demonstration of the earth's rotation. Some historical material is presented, along with a discussion of the...
This website, presented by the University of Guelph, is a tutorial on understanding torque associated with mechanical equipment. It includes example problems, definitions and self-tests. The site combines images,...
The Center for Cultural Design presents this site on breakdancing as a way of teaching mathematical concepts. Specifically, rotation and sine function are demonstrated. The cultural and social background of breakdance...
Authored by Professor G. Eric Matthews, this web page describes a project at Wake Forest University to create videos of common physics lecture demonstrations. The goals of the project, the participants, some details...
This video demonstrates conservation of angular momentum. When a person on a rotatable platform (initially at rest) tilts the axis of a rotating bicycle wheel, conservation of angular momentum results in spinning of the...
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