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Frames of Reference in the Classroom
1.Physical Science Study Committee
, “Frames of Reference
” (Educational Services
). Available on DVD from AAPT at aapt.org/Store
2.For a transcript of the film with additional discussion of motion in a rotating frame, see A. Steyn-Ross and D. G. Ivey, “‘Frames of Reference’ revisited,” Am. J. Phys. 60, 1069–1085 (Dec. 1992).
4.L. T. Escalada, R. Grabhorn, and D. A. Zollman, “Applications of interactive digital video in a physics classroom,” J. Educ. Mutinied. Hypermedia 5, 73–97 (1996).
7.When a student points out that the tray had to accelerate initially before continuing to move at constant velocity, take the opportunity to discuss the role static friction plays during that time.
8.In this case, a normal force from the groove in the ramp compensates for the inertial force during the initial acceleration of the tray.
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