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Apply proper equations to solve basic problems pertaining to distance, time, speed, and velocity SPI 0707.11.3

1. Distance, Rate, and Time - this four part lesson includes an introduction, in-depth explanation, examples and practice problems
2. Distance, Rate, and Time - the Math Forum offers explanation and sample problems with solutions
3. The Galileo Games - In this PBS feature, you'll get a sampling of Galileo's thought experiments and conduct virtual versions of his experiments, including those using an inclined plane and a pendulum.
4. An index of Newton's Laws animations from the Physics Classroom
5. An index of Newton's laws tutorials - from the Physics Classroom (a total of 16 separate lessons)
6. Java applet which students would use to collect data to sketch velocity as a function of time.
7. Java applet displaying three position vs time graphs and three velocity vs time graphs. Your students must determine which of the graphs are correct.
8. Newton's Second Law Experiment - During movement a red point in the t-s-diagram (time - displacement) indicates the present time and the covered distance. This Java applet allows students to collect data for graphing.
9. Passing Lane - an animation and graph of position vs time
10. Passing Lane - an animation and graph of velocity vs time
11. Practice Problems for Distance, Rate, and Time
12. Reaction time applet - use to gather data for graphing
13. Relationship Between Distance, Speed, and Time - several learning objectives explained
14. Solving for Time - a lesson from Khan Academy
15. Speed and Velocity - from Math is Fun
16. Speed Distance Time - (3:12) YouTube video about forces and motion
17. Speed Distance Time Calculator - students can input data into the calculator
18. Speed Distance Time Triangle - how the three relate to each other
19. Speed and Velocity - describing motion with words from the Physics Classroom
20. Speed vs. Velocity - definition, formula and calculations
21. Ticker Tape Diagrams - A common way of analyzing the motion of objects in physics labs is to perform a ticker tape analysis. The practice problems included will help your students evaluate the time variable.

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