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This Kinematics Tutorial application for Windows was designed for Honors and regular high school physics students. The tutorial covers the following topics: Vectors Uniform Motion in a Straight Line Uniformly Accelerated Motion Galileo’s Law of Falling Bodies Galileo’s Law of Odd Numbers Kinematic s Equations Projectile Motion Every concept from vectors to projectile motion is explained using simple language with many examples. After the students go over the 48 screens the tutorial incorp

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This physics application for Windows, Kinematics Equations, is a good tool to practice kinematics problem solving. The students have the opportunity of solving 16 different types of problems. They will gain experience in using all four basic kinematics equations. After the student indicates what type of exercise will be solved, the computer will request that information for three different variables be entered. Subsequently, the computer will estimate the correct value for the fourth variable. O

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This physics application for Windows, Formation of Sound Beats, shows the formation of beats when sound waves interfere and are added. It can be used by physics teachers during the study of waves. The students will enjoy the graphics and the great variety of beats formed. A good thing is that many different frequencies and amplitudes can be entered, forming thousands of different beats patterns.Again, this physics application is for computers using Windows 10 or newer. Ceres-Science teacher s

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This motivating physics application for Windows, Relativity 2, was created for high school physics students. It shows the time dilation, the mass expansion, and the length contraction when one student in a hypothetical journey travels in space at speeds near the speed of light. The application will request the following information to be entered: Mass of the student Age of the student Speed of the spacecraft (from 0.1c to 0.999999998c) Year the student left planet EarthThe student wi

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Relativity 1 is a high school physics application for Windows. It shows the time dilation, the mass expansion, and the length contraction when one student in a hypothetical journey, travels in space at speeds near the speed of light. The application will assume the following information for one student: Mass of the student = 60 kg Age of the student = 18 years Length of the spacecraft = 150 m Year the student left planet Earth = 2,022 The students will return to Earth after 20 yea

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This new physics application for Windows, Projectile Motion 3, was designed for students to practice problem solving, and for teachers to use it as a motivating teaching tool. The application has a unique and simple design. It presents random numerical problems for the students to solve without writing anything. All the projectiles are ejected below the horizontal. Some problems can be solved mentally, while others require the use of calculators. Most exercises take 30 seconds or less to solve.

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This new physics application for Windows, Projectile Motion 2, was designed for students to practice problem solving, and for teachers to use it as a motivating teaching tool. The application has a unique and simple design. It presents random numerical problems for the students to solve without writing anything. All the projectiles are ejected above the horizontal. Some problems can be solved mentally, while others require the use of calculators. Most exercises take 30 seconds or less to solve.

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This new physics application for Windows, Projectile Motion 1, was designed for students to practice problem solving, and for teachers to use it as a motivating teaching tool. The application has a unique and simple design. It presents random numerical problems for the students to solve without writing anything. All the projectiles are ejected horizontally. Some problems can be solved mentally, while others require the use of calculators. Most exercises take 30 seconds or less to solve. In addit

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This new physics application for Windows, Galileo's Law of Falling Bodies 3, has a unique design and is intended for physics students to learn, and for physics teachers to teach kinematics in a motivating way. It presents random numerical problems, for the students to solve mentally. There is no need to use calculators. It is a great activity to solve kinematics problems mentally without using equations. Instead, principles of the Law of Falling Bodies, which is a marvelous tool, need to be appl

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This new physics application for Windows, Galileo's Law of Falling Bodies 2, has a unique design and is intended for physics students to learn, and for physics teachers to teach kinematics in a motivating way. It presents random numerical problems for the students to solve mentally. There is no need to use calculators. It is a great activity to solve kinematics problems mentally without using equations. Instead, principles of the Law of Falling Bodies, which is a marvelous tool, need to be appli

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9th - 12th, Staff

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This new physics application for Windows, Galileo's Law of Falling Bodies 1, has a unique design and is intended for physics students to learn, and for physics teachers to teach kinematics in a motivating way. It presents random numerical problems for the students to solve mentally. There is no need to use calculators. It is a great activity to solve kinematics problems mentally without using equations. Instead, principles of the Law of Falling Bodies, which is a marvelous tool, need to be appli

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The Vectors Class Project 1 is an excellent Windows application, created for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school physics students. The students will learn the addition of vectors graphically and mathematically. In this activity, they will take an imaginary trip to a number of cities, from 7 to 26, as determined by the teacher. The trip starts at city A, then they travel to cities B, C, D, etc. For every pair of cities, the distance and the direction are given. The following are the learning obje

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The Gravitation Project 4 - Planet Saturn, is an excellent Windows application created for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school students. The application calculates a large amount of astronomical data for the planet Saturn. The following information about planet Saturn is available and used by this application: Radius of Orbit Sidereal Period of Revolution Radius of the planet Period of Rotation around its own axis Mass Initially, this application calculates the following: Strength of gravity on

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The Gravitation Project 3 - Planet Jupiter, is an excellent Windows application created for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school students. The application calculates a large amount of astronomical data for planet Jupiter. The following information about planet Jupiter is available and used by this application: Radius of Orbit Sidereal Period of Revolution Radius of the planet Period of Rotation around its own axis Mass Initially, this application calculates the following: Strength of gravity on

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The Gravitation Project 2 - Planet Mars, is an excellent Windows application created for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school students. The application calculates a large amount of astronomical data for the planet Mars. The following information about planet Mars is available and used by this application: Radius of Orbit Sidereal Period of Revolution Radius of the planet Period of Rotation around its own axis Mass Initially, this application calculates the following: Strength of gravity on the s

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The Gravitation Project 1 - Planet Earth, is an excellent Windows application created for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school students. The application calculates a large amount of astronomical data for planet Earth. The following information about planet Earth is available and used by this application: Radius of Orbit Sidereal Period of Revolution Radius of the planet Period of Rotation around its own axis Mass Initially, this application calculates the following: Strength of gravity on the su

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The Pendulum Project is an excellent Windows application for Physics Honors and AP Physics high school students. It is based on several AP Physics problems that have been given in several AP Physics exams. It is a classic problem in Newtonian Mechanics that help physics student master concepts in dynamics, circular motion, conservation of energy, and simple harmonic motion. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for Honors and AP Physics 1 students.

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The Vertical Spring Project 1 is an excellent Windows application for high school physics students. It is based on AP Physics problems that have been given several times in official Physics AP exams. It is a remarkable activity to help physics student master simple harmonic motion, dynamics, and conservation of energy. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for advanced and AP Physics 1 students. The Vertical Spring Project 1 is about a light verti

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The Block on the Sphere Project 1 is an excellent Windows application for high school AP physics students. It is based on one AP Physics problem given in 1983, which I consider one of the best problems in Newtonian Mechanics in many years. It is a remarkable activity to help physics student master dynamics, circular motion, and conservation of energy. The students will be surprised about the results. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for advance

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The Block on the Sphere Project 2 is an excellent Windows application for high school AP physics students. It is based on one AP Physics problem given in 1983, which we consider one of the best problems in Newtonian Mechanics in many years. It is a remarkable activity to help physics student master dynamics, circular motion, and conservation of energy. The students will be amazed about the results. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for advanced

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The Inclined Plane and the Spring Project is an excellent Windows application for high school AP physics students. It is based on one AP Physics problem given in 1982, which I consider one of the best problems in Newtonian Mechanics in many years. It is a remarkable activity to help physics student master kinematics, dynamics, springs, and conservation of energy. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for advanced and AP Physics 1 students. The Incli

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The Rotation in a Horizontal Plane Project is an excellent Windows application that is based on one AP Physics problem given in 1983, which I consider an outstanding problem in Newtonian Mechanics. It is an activity that help physics student master dynamics, circular motion, and conservation of energy. We made this problem more challenging in several ways, and a great learning activity for advanced and AP Physics 1 students. In this application, Rotation in a Horizontal Plane, there is a bloc

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This new Windows application is a study guide and a tutorial, which helps AP Physics 1 high school students become more efficient problem solvers and succeed in the AP Physics 1 Exam. The students can practice 366 original and carefully designed problems, which cover all the topics in the official exam. The following is the list of chapters covered and the number of problems in each topic: Kinematics - [ 32 problems ] Dynamics - [ 50 ] Energy - [ 12 ] Momentum - [ 14 ] Circular Motion - [ 30 ]

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This new Windows application is a physics test generator designed for high school physics students to take unlimited multiple-choice tests in their computers and tablets. It can do an excellent job to help students become more efficient problem solvers in Beginning Dynamics, which many consider the most important chapter in Newtonian mechanics. The students can practice 208 original and carefully designed problems in 8 topics. The following is the list of topics covered and the number of problem

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