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NASA gives a great summary and explanation of all Newton's laws of motion on one website.

This website contains Newton's laws as applied to an Atwood machine with algebra detailing the solution.

Includes information on oscillations, simple harmonic motion, period, Hooke's Law, and energy with mass-spring systems. Many diagrams and equations.

Gives basic equations for calculating buoyancy force.

Video clip showing that the period of a pendulum is the same for different masses.

This Java applet shows a simple experiment concerning the buoyancy in a liquid: A solid body hanging from a spring balance is dipped into a liquid (by dragging the mouse!)

The website details the Newtonian physics behind a car on a frictionless banked turn.

This website contains notes on mechanical advantage in pdf format.

This is compilation of clarifications to common misconceptions in kinematics.

This provides a list of constants often used in Physics

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