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written by Cathy Colwell
This collection for introductory physics integrates lessons, labs, practice problems, assessments, AP review exercises, simulations, and quizzes in one easily-searched location. Initial development began in 1997, with continual updating and expansion occurring since then. Of special note is the section Amusing Problems, consisting of real-life applications designed to make learners think andlaugh. Each problem provides access to solutions for self-evaluation.

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© 2003 Catharine H. Colwell
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AP problem sets, curriculum, engineering physics, high school assessments, high school problems
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Contains Physics Lab Online: Practice Problems

A link to problem sets appropriate for high school physics or undergraduate introductory physics courses. Topics include mechanics, optics, heat, waves, graphing, and vectors.

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