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by Cindy Schwarz and John P. Ertel

ISBN13: 978-0130671080

ISBN10: 0130671088

Edition: 2ND 04

Copyright: 2004

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2004

International: No

ISBN10: 0130671088

Edition: 2ND 04

Copyright: 2004

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2004

International: No

For courses in algebra-based and calculus-based physics.

This interactive workbook, tutorial oriented worksheets and CD-ROM package is designed to help students visualize and work with specific physics problems through simulations created with Interactive Physics files. Forty problems of varying degrees of difficulty require students to make predictions, change variables, run, and visualize motion on the computer. The accompanying workbook/study guide provides instructions, physics review, hints, and questions. The accompanying CD-ROM contains everything students need to run the simulations.

**Features :**

- NEW--Students do NOT need the Interactive Physics program to use the book/CD-ROM.
- NEW--The Interactive Physics Player Workbook is a Stand-alone product that can be used with any algebra-based or calculus-based physics text.
- NEW--Professors can use the simulations in lecture.
- NEW--All forty of the simulations are either new or updated from the first edition.
- NEW--New graphics have been integrated and the interface has been simplified.
- NEW--Second Edition is on a CD-ROM and is dual-platform.

Author Bio

**Schwarz, Cindy : Vassar College**

Ertel, John P. : U. S. Naval Academy

1. A Car Moving with Constant Acceleration (Vectors).

2. A Car Moving with Constant Acceleration (Graphs).

3. A Car Moving with Constant Acceleration (Graphs).

4. Three Cars Racing.

5. A Boat Crossing a River.

6. An Airplane Flying with Wind.

7. A Ball Thrown Straight Up in the Air (Vectors)

8. A Ball Thrown Straight Up in the Air (Graphs).

9. Projectile Motion Idealized.

10. Projectile Motion with Air Resistance.

11. Projectiles and Relative Velocity.

12. Three Forces on a Puck.

13. Horizontal Motion with Friction (Energy).

14. A Crate Pulled Along a Floor.

15. A Cart and Mass Attached with a Rope Over a Pulley.

16. A Block Moving Up a Hill without Friction.

17. A Block Moving On a Hill with Friction.

18. A Block Moving On a Hill with Friction (Energy).

19. A Block Sliding Down a Hill with Friction.

20. Pulling Three Crates.

21. Pulling Three Crates Uphill.

22. A Two-Car Collision in One Dimension.

23. A Ball Thrown Up in the Air (Energy).

24. A Ball Thrown Up that Hits the Ceiling.

25. A Ball Moving in a Circle with Constant Speed.

26. A Rod Rotating about Its Center.

27. Forces Applied to a Hinged Door.

28. Torques on a Meter Stick.

29. A Ferris Wheel (Vectors).

30. A Ferris Wheel (Graphics).

31. A Block Oscillating on a Spring (Vectors, Equations).

32. A Block Oscillating on a Spring (Energy and Damping).

33. Simple Pendulum.

34. Rolling Down Hill.

35. Odd-Shaped Rotating Projectile.

36. Mystery Motion 1.

37. Mystery Motion 2.

38. Combination Motion

39. More Complex Combination Motion

40. Double Pendulum.

Answers to Self-Tests. Cross References to Texts.

Cindy Schwarz and John P. Ertel

ISBN13: 978-0130671080ISBN10: 0130671088

Edition: 2ND 04

Copyright: 2004

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2004

International: No

For courses in algebra-based and calculus-based physics.

This interactive workbook, tutorial oriented worksheets and CD-ROM package is designed to help students visualize and work with specific physics problems through simulations created with Interactive Physics files. Forty problems of varying degrees of difficulty require students to make predictions, change variables, run, and visualize motion on the computer. The accompanying workbook/study guide provides instructions, physics review, hints, and questions. The accompanying CD-ROM contains everything students need to run the simulations.

**Features :**

- NEW--Students do NOT need the Interactive Physics program to use the book/CD-ROM.
- NEW--The Interactive Physics Player Workbook is a Stand-alone product that can be used with any algebra-based or calculus-based physics text.
- NEW--Professors can use the simulations in lecture.
- NEW--All forty of the simulations are either new or updated from the first edition.
- NEW--New graphics have been integrated and the interface has been simplified.
- NEW--Second Edition is on a CD-ROM and is dual-platform.

Author Bio

**Schwarz, Cindy : Vassar College**

Ertel, John P. : U. S. Naval Academy

Table of Contents

2. A Car Moving with Constant Acceleration (Graphs).

3. A Car Moving with Constant Acceleration (Graphs).

4. Three Cars Racing.

5. A Boat Crossing a River.

6. An Airplane Flying with Wind.

7. A Ball Thrown Straight Up in the Air (Vectors)

8. A Ball Thrown Straight Up in the Air (Graphs).

9. Projectile Motion Idealized.

10. Projectile Motion with Air Resistance.

11. Projectiles and Relative Velocity.

12. Three Forces on a Puck.

13. Horizontal Motion with Friction (Energy).

14. A Crate Pulled Along a Floor.

15. A Cart and Mass Attached with a Rope Over a Pulley.

16. A Block Moving Up a Hill without Friction.

17. A Block Moving On a Hill with Friction.

18. A Block Moving On a Hill with Friction (Energy).

19. A Block Sliding Down a Hill with Friction.

20. Pulling Three Crates.

21. Pulling Three Crates Uphill.

22. A Two-Car Collision in One Dimension.

23. A Ball Thrown Up in the Air (Energy).

24. A Ball Thrown Up that Hits the Ceiling.

25. A Ball Moving in a Circle with Constant Speed.

26. A Rod Rotating about Its Center.

27. Forces Applied to a Hinged Door.

28. Torques on a Meter Stick.

29. A Ferris Wheel (Vectors).

30. A Ferris Wheel (Graphics).

31. A Block Oscillating on a Spring (Vectors, Equations).

32. A Block Oscillating on a Spring (Energy and Damping).

33. Simple Pendulum.

34. Rolling Down Hill.

35. Odd-Shaped Rotating Projectile.

36. Mystery Motion 1.

37. Mystery Motion 2.

38. Combination Motion

39. More Complex Combination Motion

40. Double Pendulum.

Answers to Self-Tests. Cross References to Texts.

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