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# Describing Motion: Velocity Homework Help Resources

If you're studying motion and velocity, you've come to the right place. You can watch a free physics video to refresh your memory before a test, experiment with sophisticated online modeling tools, or just practice a few problems with a free worksheet.

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 Hundreds of free games illustrating basic principles of physics. PhysicsGames.net
 Introduction material on basic kinematic concepts and principals http://library.thinkquest.org
 An in-depth explanation of pulley physics, along with example problems covering the common applications, situations, and formulae involved with pulley motion. SparkNotes
 Need to study for Physics? Here are some questions to help you out!!! StudyStack
 This site has more of an explanation approach to each topic and while it may not cover as much "advanced" material, such as magnetism, electricity and related principles), it is a very good resource for mechanics and classic first semester college/high school concepts The Physics Classoom
 This website contains information on the rotational motion and energy of a simple pulley-mass system. It also has math for a sticky rotational collision. ursinus.edu phys111q labs
 Planetary and satellite motion are described by Kepler's three laws. This offers a description of each of the laws, how they relate to the planets in our solar system and how Newton applied the concept of gravity to include motion of planets and the moon. The Physics Classroom
 This site lets users see the relationships between kinetic energy, potential energy, friction, and gravity as they design a roller coaster. Roller Coaster Simulation
 A list of equations and constants for AP Physics B and C exams, organized by subject. PhysicsLAB
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