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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.
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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.

A brief and basic explanation of speed, velocity and acceleration. There is also a tool to create your own graphs for accelerating objects and a short quiz to test your knowledge.

Explanation and clear diagram of the force vectors involved when a mass is on an inclined plane.

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.

This website contains information and diagrams regarding the physical principles describing the motion of an Atwood machine. It also has a form in which you can plug in numbers and get results for tension.

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!)

This is compilation of clarifications to common misconceptions in kinematics.

This provides a list of constants often used in Physics

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