Demonstration: Principles of physics are not just abstract. They have practical value.
Class practical: This experiment reinforces the x and y directions convention, and the use of vector arrows. It also shows...
Demonstration or Class practical: This activity demonstrates that inertia depends on mass and not on any other interpretation...
Demonstration: Convincing kinaesthetic experience that forces come in pairs.
Demonstration: Illustrating Newton's Third Law of Motion.
Class practical: Another example of an inelastic interaction.
The following is suggested as a possible first example, for students, of numerical integration. The phenomenon of a falling...
Demonstration: Force applied to a load can produce "balanced" and "unbalanced" force scenarios.
Class practical: This circus of qualitative experiments provides an introductory look at simple harmonic motion.
Demonstration: This experiment shows that it is not possible to measure the weight of a body in free fall using a forcemeter.
Approximate methods are widely used in pure science. Complex X-ray analysis (of proteins, for example) uses computers to...
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