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A drawing-based learning environment for the gears domain. The primary aims of the lab are: Let students to explore the ways in which gears and chains transmit motion.

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  This simulation demonstrates the relationship between the number of molucules of a gas and the volume they occupy.

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This lab allows students to hang masses from springs and discover how they stretch and oscillate. Students have the ability to compare two mass-spring systems, and experiment with spring constant.

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In this lab, observe a loop pass through a region of the magnetic field. Note that the magnetic field is directed into the screen on the left side, and out of the screen on the right side. Predict what the graphs will look like before you view them.

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This simulation shows a cylinder of radius R that accelerates to the right because of a constant horizontal applied force (shown in purple). If the applied force was the only horizontal force acting, the cylinder would accelerate at 1.00 m/s/s.

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The simulation illustrates an Atwood's machine, which is simply two blocks connected by a string passing over a pulley. In this version of the simulation, the mass of the pulley is negligible - that leads to the tension being the same everywhere in the string.

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This lab will allow students to investigate the factors that affect the amplitude, frequency, period and/or angular frequency of a frictionless hovercraft oscillating on a horizontal surface. 

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This lab is designed to help students visualize the formation of beats and the relationship between the number of beats per second and the beat frequency heard by the observer. 

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This lab will allow students to investigate the relationships that govern the frequency of oscillation for a mass on a spring. 

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This lab is designed to have students investigate the factors that affect the rate at which a pendulum oscillates. Students can change the length of the pendulum, the angle of release, and the heavenly body on which the pendulum is oscillating. Graphs can be made of frequency or period vs.