Uniform Circular/SHO Motion
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Luke Boyer (Student)
waves and circular motion very well.
John Burger (Student)
SHO. I am using it as a student and have found that it is helpful and
instructive. The program was very self explanatory, but also had instructions
that were easy to follow . . . in a different language, but easy to follow
(Luckily I study Spanish).
Mason Cole (Student)
between spring oscillation and wave graphs. It was very clear and easy to
understand. My only real complaint is that I think you couldn't change the
variables as much as I would have like. Other than that, good job.
Ashley Ferra (Student)
oscilatory motion (SHO). The applet was very helpful in seeing the relationship
between waves and the SHO of a spring.
Jennifer Spellmeyer (Student)
a "hands on" experience and therefore was easy to understand. It would be
improved, however, if the applet were able to run two different situations at
the same time, making it easier to see the differences between the different
perameters put onto the system. At times it was hard to remember what the
previous situation looked like, and therefore would be helpful if we could see
them at the same time. Overall, I liked the site and found it useful.
TC Kida (Student)
sine wave. It is nice to see the effects of changing variables on the circle,
the spring, and the sine wave, showing how they are related. Also, it doesn't
take forever to complete a run.
William Atkins (Student)
periodic (sine) waves and circular motion. Also clearly demonstrates how
changing the amplitude, frequency, and/or phase of the wave function changes the
way in which the SHO system behaves.
Dara Clayton (Student)
waves are related. The applet is simple to use and understand.
jason Ting (Student)
to use, even though it is in espanol.
Jaime Hale (Student)
assignment(learning activity). The quality of the site was great. It helped me
understand some basic concepts more clearly. The applet was also quite simple
Michelle Pinson (Student)
between rotational motion, spring movement, and sine waves.
Ryan Dennis (Student)