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Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation accompanies Shockwave Physics Studios: Free Body Diagrams
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A link to a self-directed Shockwave problem set on free body diagrams.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has student extra The Science of Speed
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Learn about NASCAR racing at the National Science Foundation's Science of Speed website.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation is supplemented by Physics Classroom: Recognizing Forces
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A problem set designed to help beginning learners understand how to recognize forces by viewing diagrams of physical situations. It presents 11 situations, each of which depicts differing force interactions.


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Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has student extra Flickr Physics
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Visit The Physics Classroom's Flickr Galleries and take a visual overview of Newton's laws of motion.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has student extra Physics of Baseball Bats
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This page combines two of America's favorite pastimes - baseball (the forces between bat and ball) and physics.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has teaching guide PBS Teachers
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View a lesson plan from PBS Teachers on the topic of Newton's Laws.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has teaching guide The Laboratory
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Looking for a lab that coordinates with this page? Try the Galileo for a Day Lab from The Laboratory.


Physics Classroom: Force and Its Representation has teaching guide Curriculum Corner
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Learning requires action. Give your students this sense-making activity from The Curriculum Corner.



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