Play the animation to view an object moving horizontally across the screen. Its acceleration is uniform. Step through the animation and take measurements of x-position and time to use for finding the acceleration. The object ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then click on Show graph to check your ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then click on Show graph to check your ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then click on Show graph to check your ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then click on Show graph to check your ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of an object having the given initial velocity and acceleration. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of the blue dot. In your notes, sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph. Sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then click on Show graph to check your ..

The graph shows position vs. time of two objects which we will call a hare (red) and a tortoise (blue). The animals are in a race. The tortoise gets the advantage of a head start 100 ..

Now the tortoise has an acceleration to try to outrun the rabbit. (Note that the axis scales have been changed.) Play the animation to see how the hare won't be able to catch the tortoise. ..

Play the applet to show a position vs. time graph of the blue dot. In your notes, sketch your predictions for the shapes of the corresponding velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs. Then ..

Play the animation to display a position vs. time graph of the red dot. The values of position and velocity are given as outputs. Record in your notes a table of positions and velocities at ..

This applet models a problem presented by Boris Korsunsky in The Physics Teacher magazine: Two objects approach each other initially with
accelerations in the opposite directions as their initial velocities. What is the time interval ..

Play the animation to show a position vs. time graph of a uniformly-accelerating object. The blue line remains tangent to the path of the object. Therefore, the slope of the blue line is the instantaneous ..

The situation is similar to the last problem but with different initial values. Change the inputs in order to model the motion of an object thrown vertically from the ground at 30 m/s. (What should ..

The situation is similar to the last problem but with different initial values. Change the inputs in order to model the motion of an object thrown vertically from the ground (initial position of 0 m) at 25 ..

A position vs. time graph of a uniformly-accelerating object is shown. The blue line is always tangent to the path of the object. Determine the acceleration of the object by doing the following:
1. Visually read ..

These two objects fall from rest under the influence of gravity only. The red object is released at t = 0. The release of the green object is delayed by 1.0 s.
Change the height of the window ..