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Demonstrations
Each of the demonstrations includes a picture, description, suggestion of use, equipment needed, and the approximate setup time.
Constant Velocity: Galileo's Experiment
Air Track  Constant Velocity and Uniform Acceleration
Dynamics Track: Acceleration of Gravity
Free Fall with Motion Sensor
Finding Terminal Velocity Using Coffee Filters
Laboratory Experiments
Each lab is given with objectives, materials, background theory, analysis, and questions.
Instantaneous Velocity and Calculation of Earth's Acceleration of Gravity
I Am a Fan of Acceleration
What's My Motion
Lecture Notes and Tutorials
These notes from the PhysicsLAB by Catherine H. Colwell contain detailed explanations of background material, annotated diagrams and illustrations, and solved examples.
PositionTime Graphs for Uniform Velocity
VelocityTime Graphs
Motion in a Straight Line
These notes from Frank Wolfs at the University of Rochester contain calculuslevel, detailed explanations of background material, annotated diagrams and illustrations, and solved examples.
Motion in a Straight Line
Simulations
Physics Simulation Library
Each simulation includes an audio introduction and general directions. These simulations are very well designed, and each experiment gives the opportunity to change the parameters, collect data, and interpret various graphs. The following simulations are included: OneDimensional Constant Acceleration, Constant Velocity Versus Constant Acceleration, Freefall, and Stopping Distance of a Car.
Physics Simulation Library
Apply the Brakes
This applet shows positiontime and velocitytime graphs of an object decelerating.
Apply the Brakes
1 Dimensional Kinematics
Kinematics in OneDimension Problem Set from the University of Oregon
This set contains 23 problems with hints and detailed solutions.
1 Dimensional Kinematics
Equations of Motion I
This site from the Science Education Centre contains one set of 10 interactive problems with immediate solution feedback.
Equations of Motion I
Interactive Physics Problem Set
This site from the University of California at Berkeley has two sections with 11 problems including stepbystep solutions.
The Interactive Physics Problem Set
Exploration
Multimedia Physics Studio
A set of 13 multimedia animations on the motion of cars and rockets illustrates the physics of position, velocity, and acceleration and provides a graphical analysis of motion. Each animation includes a brief tutorial and interactive exercises.
Multimedia Physics Studio
