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Learn more about acceleration with free physics videos, worksheets, and other online tools. We've collected the best physics resources from around the web, and they're all 100% free.
String/pulley/incline problems: This site walks you thorough the derivation of several formulas for different types of problems incorporating strings, pulleys and inclines.

An extensive lectures on all aspects of a pendulum are given, accompanied by five interactive Java labs.

Interactive Java applets that can be downloaded or run from the website. Graphics are excellent. Covers several less common topics, e.g. in heat and thermodynamics.

An in-depth explanation of pulley physics, along with example problems covering the common applications, situations, and formulae involved with pulley motion.

Hundreds of free games illustrating basic principles of physics.

This website is great for student researching Newton's laws of motion. The website is easy to navigate and has simple explanations with some pictures.

This has a Java Applet about a car that has constant acceleration. It shows you what the different graphs would look like for position, velocity, and acceleration

This site lets users see the relationships between kinetic energy, potential energy, friction, and gravity as they design a roller coaster.

A list of equations and constants for AP Physics B and C exams, organized by subject.


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