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RealTime Physics Active Learning Laboratories, Module 1 : Mechanics

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11/1/2011
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Wiley
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Summary

The authors of RealTime Physics - David Sokoloff, Priscilla Laws, and Ron Thornton - have been pioneers in the revolution of the physics industry. In this edition, they provide a set of labs that utilize modern lab technology to provide hands-on information, as well as an empirical look at several new key concepts. They focus on the teaching/learning issues in the lecture portion of the course, as well as logistical lab issues such as space, class size, staffing, and equipment maintenance. Issues similar to those in the lecture have to with preparation and willingness to study.  

Table of Contents

Introduction to Motionp. 1
Changing Motionp. 31
Force and Motionp. 61
Combining Forcesp. 83
Force, Mass, and Accelerationp. 107
Gravitational Forcesp. 125
Passive Forces and Newton's Lawsp. 147
One-Dimensional Collisionsp. 175
Newton's Third Law and Conservation of Momentump. 197
Two-Dimensional Motion (Projectile Motion)p. 213
Work and Energyp. 231
Conservation of Energyp. 253
RealTime Physics Mechanics Experiment Configuration Filesp. 271
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