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A complete set of simulations for a first semester college physics class.

This simulation lets users study projectile motion in a "golf" setting. The launch velocity and launch angle of the "golf... see more

A group of simulations involving 1 and 2 dimensional linear motion, periodic motion, projectile motion, simple harmonic... see more

Applet demonstrates projectile motion both without and with air resistance.

This simulation shows the motion of objects fired from a cannon. Initial conditions can be changed, as can the object... see more

Java applet plots the trajectory of an object undergoing projectile motion. Many parameters user-defined. Includes... see more

This is a Java-enhanced tutorial that illustrates the principles of ballistic trajectories via a simulation.

Java applet for simulating projectile motion.

Ballistics Simulation: Exploring gravity, kinetic energy, potential energy and atmospheric drag using the cannon

Applet showing the motion of a projectile. Includes the ability to change initial height, speed, and angle.

This Java applet shows the motion of a projectile. Users can vary (within certain limits) the values of initial height,... see more

Simple interactive demonstration of projectile motion. Lecture notes and source code available.

This Physlet-based exercise requires students to match the projectile motion of a object by solving for the initial... see more

This Macromedia ShockWave applet allows the user to click and drag a puck on the computer screen. The applet displays the... see more

Shockwave simulation of basic projectile motion. The Scientific Slugger imitates a ball being hit perfectly by a major... see more

Projectile motion simlation lab usiing PHET resource.  Made for a general physics course.

An applet for demonstrating projectile motion. Extensive explanatory text included.

A Java applet for simulating projectile motion.

A tutorial and applet showing the most general solutions to projectile motion, as related to basketball.

Projectile motion Java applet with air resistance included.