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A unit designed to show how to use bicycles to teach mathematics and science, with applications to program in a computer class, experiments, and an appendix that discusses approximate numbers and significant digits.
The subject of this month's feature column from the American Mathematical Society Online is the solution to the "Three Body Problem" of Newtonian mechanics. The problem deals with three orbiting bodies of equal mass and...
This activity from the Exploratorium provides a technique for determining the center of gravity of a long, thin object using only one’s hands. A yard stick, with a piece of clay to displace its center of mass, is placed...
Created by Tom Henderson of Physics Classroom.com, this student tutorial illustrates how circular motion principles can be combined with Newton's Second Law to analyze physical situations. The author uses freebody...
Created by Tom Henderson of Physics Classroom.com, this sevenpart resource is an excellent introduction to the characteristics of projectile motion and how projectiles are described numerically. Through indepth...

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