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 Amusement Park Physics: How do physics laws affect amusement park ride design? Design your own roller coaster and experiment with bumper car collisions.
 An introduction to physics  Mechanics: An introduction to classical mechanics. Suitable for students who are beginning the subject.
 Block and Tackle: Colorful illustrated tutorial shows how a block and tackle (as well as levers and gears) works.
 Central Forces with Java: A JAVA applet to simulate orbits in four different central forces: gravity, Yukawa, 1/R^4 and Black Holes
 Chaotic Systems: A brief overview of chaos theory and applications in classical mechanics.
 Classical Mechanics: Cognitive and educational website for students about Newton laws of motion, forces and gravity.
 Classical Mechanics: Basic classical mechanics problems and answers to them.
 Classical Mechanics on About.com: Articles with practical advice and solutions for lots of topical problems.
 Classical Mechanics on Wikipedia: Free online encyclopedia with description of the theory and history of classical mechanics.
 Classical Physics Handbook: Basics and advanced information on classical mechanics.
 Coriolis Force: This site tells about the force originated from Earth rotation.
 Four Forces: Tells about four basic forces in Nature: strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, electromagnetic force and gravitational force.
 Free Body Diagrams: A short introduction to and description of free body diagrams which are essential for the understanding of classical mechanics.
 Freshman Problems in Mechanics: Links to various problem sets relating to 1 and 2 dimensional kinematics. Easy mechanics problems and solutions.
 General Relativity: This site tells about general relativity theory and the theory of gravitation.
 Gravity: If you want to learn about gravity come here.
 Gyroscope: Graphics, related links and a video combine to show you how gyroscopes work.
 How a Gyroscope Works: Explanation of why a gyroscope should resist being turned in any direction perpendicular to its axis.
 How a Helium Balloon Works: Explanation of lifting capabilities of helium, hydrogen and hot air balloons, from How Stuff Works.
 Kepler's Laws: Article in the Platonic Realms. Gives an novice's overview of Kepler's laws.
 Kepler's Laws: Summary of Kepler's three laws.
 Kinematics: Dedicated to Kinematics  a part of Classical Mechanics, which deals with moving objects.
 Motion in One Dimension: Describes the physics of motion. Intended for students.
 Newton's Laws: Newton's laws for objects with variable mass. Physics of rocket.
 Newton's Laws of Motion: This educational website tells about the main laws of classical mechanics and the history of their discovering.
 On a general Method of expressing the Paths of Light,and of the Planets, by the Coefficients of a Characteristic Function: An original paper by William Rowan Hamilton, dated 1833.
 Oscillations: Gives a solution on a symmetric, linear, triatomic molecule problem.
 Physics at Appleby College: A comprehensive collection of Java Applets on Waves, Sound and Light.
 Physics for Beginners: This site covers motion and forces for individuals with no prior knowledge of the subject.
 Physics of Billiards: The basic laws of mechanical physics in real life
 Physics of Sound: Rigorous derivation of sound wave equations from a molecular model of an ideal diatomic gas. General solution of the wave equations. Point source radiating in a moving medium.
 Primitive Potentials and Newton's Laws from Symmetry: Symmetry of function. Finding of primitive without integrationsummation. Newton's laws of any order. Mechanics of third order.
 Problems of Gravitation: Gravity phenomena for advanced physicist.
 Rigid Bodies: Separation of motion of centre of mass and rotation about a fixed axis.
 Simulations with Java: Provides several interactive physics simulations such as springs and masses, pendulums, molecules. Objects, mass, gravity, spring stiffness can be modified.
 The Controversy over Newton's Gravitational Constant: History of the gravitational constant.
 The Lagrange Points: Overview of the Lagrange points of the sunearthsystem. Links to a detailed derivation.
 The Physics and Math of Soccer: Discusses shape of a soccer ball, spin effects, motion of projectiles.
 Wave Equation: Mathematical description and derivation of wave equations.
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