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This is an online laboratory where students may view video clips and Flash simulations that model amusement park rides. Students then may use a stop watch to measure velocity and period. With these measurements and some...
This site, from UCLA's Department of Physics, contains web and in-class demonstrations of physics concepts in the topic areas of mechanics, harmonic motion and waves, electricity and magnetism, acoustics, optics, matter...
This image gallery contains images of fluid dynamics and vortices. The images are mostly pictures of vortices in the sky. Clicking on thumbnails provides access to higher resolution images.
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, describes motion of an object traveling in a circle. The need for centripetal force to maintain the object's acceleration is derived using algebra and the...
This lesson plan, authored and curated by David P. Stern, provides an approach to teaching circular motion. It covers uniform circular motion, and the relation of its frequency with the peripheral velocity v, the radius...
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