# MERLOT Materials

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#### Physics Illuminations

A collection of Java applets with accompanying text designed to help students understand concepts in introductory... see more

#### Describing Motion with Position vs.... Describing Motion with Position vs. Time Graphs

Introduces position vs. time graphs. Discusses what their shape and slope mean, and how to determine slope. Includes... see more

#### First Semester Physics Simulations

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

#### Free Fall and the Acceleration of... Free Fall and the Acceleration of Gravity

Describes what free fall and the acceleration of gravity are. (The acceleration due to gravity is approximated in this... see more

#### Introductory Physics Lab e-Manual

An electronic laboratory manual for introductory physics consisting of videos (on principles and laboratory procedure) in... see more

#### Motion with Constant Acceleration

A simulation of a car where the user can input the initial position, velocity, and acceleration. Simulation displays the... see more

#### Motion-PhET Simulations

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

#### Physics Demo Videos

A collection of over 140 videos of Physics Demonstrations covering a wide variety of topics, from mechanics to atomic.... see more

#### Physlet Physics: Kinematics

The Physlet Workbook provides physics teachers with a collection of ready-to-run, interactive, computer-based curricular... see more

#### 1D Kinematics Illuminations -- Motion... 1D Kinematics Illuminations -- Motion Diagrams

A collection Java applets packaged with descriptive text that introduces students to the representation of motion by... see more

#### 1D Kinematics Illuminations -- Test... 1D Kinematics Illuminations -- Test Yourself

A collection of Java applets that can be used by students to test their conceptual understanding of one-dimensional... see more

#### The Moving Man

This java application simulation shows the position, velocity, and acceleration graphs of a moving person. Motion can be... see more

#### Describing Motion with Diagrams

Introduction to ticker-tape diagrams and vector diagrams. How these diagrams represent velocity and acceleration.... see more

#### Describing Motion with Equations

Explains the 4 one-dimensional kinematic equations that describe an object's motion. Relates the kinematic equations to... see more

#### Describing Motion with Velocity vs.... Describing Motion with Velocity vs. Time Graphs

The meaning of shape and slope for velocity vs. time graphs. Explains the difference between positive and negative... see more

#### Describing Motion with Words

An introduction to the language of kinematics. The focus is on kinematics terms/words (vector, scalar, distance,... see more

#### Dynamics Illuminations -- with... Dynamics Illuminations -- with Kinematics

A collection of Java applets with accompanying text illustrating conceptually the effect of forces upon the kinematics of... see more

#### Equations of Motion

A tutorial on basic kinematic motion, part of a larger series of discussions on introductory physics (also included in... see more

#### Graph Lab (Displacement, Velocity)

Applet allows user to make basic changes in kinematic motin and see the resulting plots for velocity versus time and... see more

#### Instantaneous Speed

A Java applet for demonstrating basic linar motion.

#### Instantaneous Velocity

This applet demonstrates how the instantaneous velocity can be approximated as the time interval is decreased for an... see more

#### Kinematic Graphing

Ten problems will be generated in a random manner. Your task involves interpretting a graph and identifying the motion... see more

#### Lessons on Motion

A collection of simulations and other lessons on motion of objects.

#### Linear Motion Web Assignment No. 1

A java applet of Linear motion, velocity, acceleration, constant acceleration, gravity, freely falling body. It displays... see more