06 Simulating Central-Force Problems Public Deposited

In chapter 6, students are introduced to the idea of a central force, the idea of a instantaneous acceleration (as opposed to average acceleration) and using the Euler method to determine the position and velocity of the object. They then investigate the physics of a mass on a spring, a projectile in flight undergoing drag, and the motions of planets and comets around the Sun. They are asked to to do several exercises, including imagining a gravitational force that is goes as 1/r instead of 1/r2.

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English, L.Q, and Morgan, W.A. 06 Simulating Central-force Problems. . 2019. https://dickinson.hykucommons.org/concern/oers/57045d93-8591-4031-ae06-4e2ddf1c1489?locale=en

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English, L.Q, & Morgan, W.A. (2019). 06 Simulating Central-Force Problems. https://dickinson.hykucommons.org/concern/oers/57045d93-8591-4031-ae06-4e2ddf1c1489?locale=en

Chicago citation style

English, L.Q., and Morgan, W.A.. 06 Simulating Central-Force Problems. 2019. https://dickinson.hykucommons.org/concern/oers/57045d93-8591-4031-ae06-4e2ddf1c1489?locale=en

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