This new Windows application is a combination of a test generator and a tutorial. It can do an excellent job to help high school physics students become more efficient problem solvers in Beginning Kinematics, the first and one of the most important chapters in the physics program. The students can practice 210 original and carefully designed problems in 9 topics. The following is the list of topics covered, and the number of problems in each area:
Vectors [ 22 problems ]
Uniform Motion in a Straight Line [ 10 ]
Units [ 8 ]
Uniformly Accelerated Motion [ 38 ]
Acceleration Due to Gravity [ 52 ]
Galileo's Law of Falling Bodies [ 30 ]
Average Velocity [ 14 ]
Kinematics Graphics [ 12 ]
Projectile Motion [ 24 ]
Students can take an unlimited number of Practice Exams in one or more topics, and the maximum number of questions to answer in a test is 100. A great feature is that every problem is carefully explained step by step. Right after the student answers a question, the solution is presented. At the end of each Practice Exam, the students have the option of saving a report of the test in the computer.
It takes just a few minutes to learn to use this Tutorial and Test Generator. Simply place the Zip file in any folder or subfolder you want. Right click the mouse and select Extract all the files. The subfolder Beginning Kinematics Practice is created. From inside the subfolder, just select the file Start Test Generator, and the students are ready to begin practicing. It is that simple. If you have any questions, we will be happy to answer them as soon as possible. Again, this program is for computers using Windows 10 or newer.
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The purchase of five units of this software grants permission to install it on as many computers as you would like, within one school site.