This video uses the rocket example that we've done in class to show action and reaction reflected on to the rocket. Although it is not as entertaining, I chose this source because it still shows a great example of Newton's Third Law. There were not mistakes.
This website shows examples of Newton's Third Law. It also provides activities for audience to practice it. I chose it because it shows you diagrams of both action and reaction forces. There was not a mistake but more information should be added including the definition.
The creator, Paul Andersen explains how Newton's Third Law applies to all objects. Although this source is very boring, it helps a lot understand the action and reaction forces. He also showed the audience how you can draw a free-diagram as well, pretty cool right? I chose this video because it shows is very helpful to understand the action and reaction forces and how they reverse. There was not a mistake made.
This 5 minute video is a great source to use. It uses the example with books, implies Newton's Second Law onto problems, and even shows how to do the math of the problem. This video briefly explains how YOU can figure out Newton's Second Law yourself. This video also give the audience the acceleration due to gravity. I chose this source because it is a great way to show Newton's Second Law. Along with that it provides all the audience should know about Newtons Second Law.
This provided link is a brief video for children explaining Newton's second law in an interesting but yet entertaining way. Although the video is short, it stills provides the most important example and key ideas of Newton's Second Law of motion. I chose this video because it provides not only the equation, but also gives the definition AND a example that makes the most sense. There was not a mistake in this video, but another example could've been provided by using different items. Besides that this video is a great video to use if in a rush to learn Newton's Second Law.
This source is a short website not only explaining what Position-Time Graphs are and what velocity-time graphs are, but they compare and contrast the two graphs. I chose this website because it's the most simplest way to explain these graphs. The only mistake this graph has is that it does not provide a lot of information.
A brief video with the explanation of Scalars and Vectors. Although this video does not have much of a person speaking upon what these are, It provides entertaining examples of what the different vectors and scalars are. This source helps viewers understand what scalars and vectors are by providing examples of WHY and HOW they are scalars or vectors. I chose YouTube because it has the best selection of videos to chose from. This video had no mistakes in my opinion but I wish it was in color along with having someone briefly explain what some of these vectors and scalars are. Other than that this video was a great way to entertain and inform viewers at the same time.
This video provided by National Science Foundation explains Newton's First Law of motion a bit more in depth. This source provides a interesting and delightful video of sports but also the law of motion behind sports that no one has even thought about or payed attention to. I chose YouTube once again because it is the only source that provides on videos. This video had no mistakes, it went great into detail, and also caught the audience's attention by using sports.
A brief introduction to Newton's First Law of Motion from the Understanding Car Crashes video. I chose this video because I found it the most interesting and compulsive. This video talks about Newton's First Law behind car crashes, which we talked about in class, but here we actually get to visualize what would happen. Along with Newton's First Law, this video provides a strong example of inertia as well. i chose YouTube because some of the other video I came across had either low quality or not enough information. I believe this is the strongest video and had no errors in it.
I chose this website because not only does it talk about Newton's First Law, but it gives brief examples of it. Some of these examples were even talked about in class. This website provides a video to show what they are talking about so people would get a better understanding, they bold the important words, and even answer questions at the bottom. I chose this website because it's not too long along with it's not too hard to understand. The only problem with this website is one of the examples are a bit confusing because they did not explain it well enough.
An entertaining video that explains a form of physics- motion. This video is a comedy educatiional video that explains and gives cartoon examples of motion. How great is that!
The relevance of physics to man and the society. Even though this example is very wordy and seems long, it provides a mass of information that explains how physics improve and our shown in everyday life.
A wonderful video made by Egan Anderson. This entertaining video shows examples of physics in everyday life. Along with what different topics it covers it displays a entertaing way of showing them.