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 The Baby's First Breath This page of Hyperphysics, from Georgia State University, uses elasticity to explain why a baby needs help--like a smack on the bottom--to take its first breath and also why people with emphysema have so much difficulty exhaling. Another section explains why capillaries can be extremely thin, whereas large arteries must have strong, thick walls. A third section describes the physics of the... http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/ptens3.html
 Hyperphysics: Pendulum 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. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/pend.html
 Practice Questions for Business Statistics This site offers a list of sample questions that can be used when teaching basic probability concepts, probability distributions, data collection methods, inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression analysis, or problem sensing related to descriptive statistics. Links to the answers are also provided. Application is not limited to business. http://www2.gsu.edu/~dscbms/ibs/qcontent.html
 Bacteria Allocation Using Monte Carlo This applet, created by David Hill and Lila Roberts, uses the Monte Carlo technique to simulate a count of bacteria that are present as a result of a certain sampling process. This simulation could be modified to perform other experiments. This experiment is geared towards high school calculus students or probability courses for mathematics majors in college. Students must possess a basic... http://www.mathdemos.org/mathdemos/MCBact/MCBact.html
 Hyperphysics-Electric Field In this free resource topics are connected in a well-organized concept map. One click takes the teacher from electric field to related topics such as Gauss' Law, capacitance, and calculations related to force and field potential. This item is part of a larger collection under continuing development by Dr. Rod Nave, Georgia State University. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/efiecon....
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