This link is a very simple and easy article all about the wonderful third law of motion created by Isaac Newton. It gives brief descriptions along with beautiful diagrams to really help one understand the material.
This link is to help one better understand the ins and outs of Newton's second law. By understanding this thoroughly it will help for future understanding gin this chapter. From this you will also be able to calculate multiple equations based off of the second law of motion. Please!
This link is great for telling exactly what acceleration is. It provides you with a great discussion topics and informative pointers through out the text. With that said, it also provides a practice at the end of the lesson to help drill you into working with acceleration related calculations. These practices also help because the basis of knowing these subjects in physics is being to calculate and apply them to real life.
This is the perfect link to help describe thoroughly what speed is, what velocity is, and how to correlate. It provides a wonderful description of the two as well as small visual aids to help those visual learners understand a little better what this topic of physics is about.
This the link to help visualize what the vector forces link is talking about.
This is a great link that breaks down the confusing topic of vectors. It provides a background on them and describes them well. Although it is not as visual, I've provided another link to help those who need to see what this link is describing. However, that does not mean skip over this link and watch the video. Reading and understanding this link and then watching the provided video will help in understanding vectors.
This is just a video to help understand Newton's first law of motion. Helping my visual learns out!
This link is perfect to comprehend Newton's first law of motion. This is the basis of chapter 2 understanding and learning is vital in order to understand anything else in chapter 2. This link is great at explaining it, referring back to the previous link, with an online interaction, you can apply this knowledge to that activity!
This link is great because it allows you to interact with Galileo's experiment, which is really great to know in order to understand of chapter 2. Understanding this experiment and interacting with it can help understand the other things discussed in chapter. Learning and really taking in this information will really help one understand the rest being discussed in Chapter2.
This link supports a background on the shape and size of the moon. Learning this information can help provide a better visual aid to describing its distance and size, which is discussed in chapter one. Although it provides written information to help give a better visual , it also provides videos to correlate to what the link s teaching.
This link follows the title exactly, providing information on the size and distance of the sun. It is worded in a way that makes it easier to understand the mathematical part of this. Again, this link provides wonderful diagrams to help visual what it is teaching.
This link is perfect to tie everything together. It's a simple page that ties earth, sun, and the moon together, all major sections discussed in chapter. Reading the links on the sun and the moon, and reading this afterwards will help wrap up all the information together.
This article is a bit technical in a sense that it provides mainly definitions of terms and concepts. This is however important in order to establish a language and avoid obscurities when talking ab
This page explains reasons behind the APS/AAPT poster "Top Ten Reasons Why You Should Take Physics". Ordering info.