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This site offers a description, history and theorectical examples of Archimedes Principle (buoyancy). The site is a simply text based, but contains solid information suitable for a classroom setting.
This interactive presentation, created by James Bourassa and John Rosz for the Electromechanical Digital Library, discusses displacement and velocity ratios. Bourassa and Rosz begin by providing detailed definitions of...
This webpage contains a simulation that shows simultaneous graphs of position, velocity, and acceleration of a moving object. A simulated man can be moved by the user, or the motion can be programmed by setting the...
This site provides lesson plans that aim to teach pysics using the sun as an example. The lesson plans are called: 1. Position, velocity and acceleration; 2. Centripetal force and the law of universal gravitation; 3....

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