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Links 1 through 10 of 77 by Doug Peterson tagged physics

"Click on one of the physics simulations below... you'll see them animating in real time, and be able to interact with them by dragging objects or changing parameters like gravity. Get Java software if you don't already have it."

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explore - understand - innovate

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"Join Ludwig on an exciting journey through the world of physics. Find out how energy is created from fire, water, wind and sun and use them cleverly to protect the Robotronics on Unitron against the impending energy collapse!"

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We experience concepts of physics daily. Whether we’re walking, playing sports, driving a car, the concepts are naturally occurring all around us. What if we could capture the movement around us to learn and evaluate basic physics so that we could then learn to identify it daily in our lives?

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The physics of Angry Birds: how it works
In Depth: How Rovio wrote such realistic interactions into the game

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Exploriments now brings interactive science learning to your iPad®

You have been enjoying our simulation-based interactive learning units for a while now. We are sure Exploriments have helped you take Science teaching and learning to the next level. We now invite you to experience the new and enhanced interactive, and engaging Exploriments on your iPad.

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New research provides the first mathematical understanding of the shape of a ponytail and could have implications for the textile industry, computer animation and personal care products.

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In AP Physics (and many other science studies) the journey to find an answer to a problem is the most important component of the learning process – not the answer itself. Our need to make sure students think deeply about the subjects they study is one key reason The College Board AP Program is undergoing revisions of several courses and exams in history, science and world languages.

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