# Motion in Two Dimensions

## D3-41: AIR TABLE - RECTANGULAR PUCK COLLISIONS

Purpose: Qualitatively show conservation of angular momentum in collisions of a circular puck with a rectangular puck.

## D2-32: AIR TABLE - LINEAR AND ANGULAR ACCEL OF A DISC

Purpose: Illustrate the accelerating disc problem.

## C7-44: COLLISIONS - HOVERPUCKS

Category: C7 Collisions
Purpose: Demonstrate two-dimensional collisions.

## C7-43: AIR TABLE - SMALL - COLLISIONS OF PUCKS

Category: C7 Collisions
Purpose: Demonstrate collisions of pucks on an air table in rooms not accessible by the large air table.

## C7-42: AIR TABLE - COLLISIONS OF PUCKS

Category: C7 Collisions
Purpose: Qualitatively demonstrate elastic and inelastic two-dimensional collisions.

## C4-12: ACCELEROMETER ON INCLINED PLANE

Purpose: Illustrate the behavior of a liquid accelerometer accelerating down an inclined plane.

## C3-21: INERTIAL MASS CART

Purpose: Demonstrate the inertial property of mass

## C2-24: WATER DROP PARABOLA

Purpose: Demonstrate the parabolic path of a projectile.

## C2-23: TRAJECTORY OF A BALL - MODEL

Purpose: Illustrate the position of a projectile at equal time intervals

## C2-09: FREE FALL WITH STROBE

Purpose: Show the position of a dropped ball at a series of equal time intervals

## C1-21: AIR TABLE - TOPPLING STICK

Purpose: Illustrate how a rigid rod topples on a frictionless surface.

## C1-11: AIR TRACK - CENTER OF MASS PENDULUM

Purpose: Show uniform motion of the center of mass of a vibrating pendulum/glider system.

## C1-04: CENTER OF MASS - BEAR ON TIGHT ROPE

Purpose: Show stability in system where the center of mass is outside of the object.

## C1-03: CENTER OF MASS MOTION - CLOWN

Purpose: Illustrate rotation about the center of mass of an irregular object.

## C1-01: CENTER OF MASS MOTION - BARBELL

Purpose: Demonstrate motion of the center of mass of an asymmetric object.

## B1-07: DOUBLE CONE - SMALL

Purpose: Demonstrate a center of mass paradox

## C2-28: TRAJECTORY OF BALL DROPPED BY WALKER

Purpose: Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion

## C2-41: VECTOR ADDITION OF VELOCITIES

Purpose: Illustrate addition of two orthogonal velocity components

## C2-25: FUNNEL CART

Purpose: Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion

## C1-02: CENTER OF MASS MOTION - PLUMBER'S HELPER

Purpose: Illustrate the motion of the center of mass of an irregularly-shaped object.
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• #### C2-01 AIR TRACK - CONSTANT VELOCITY AND UNIFORM ACCELERATION

Demonstrate constant velocity and uniform acceleration with minimal friction Read More
• #### C2-02: AIR TRACK - DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF ACCELERATION

Measure acceleration using two different procedures. Read More
• #### C2-03: AIR TRACK - UNIFORM ACCELERATION - INCLINED

Measure acceleration along an inclined air track. Read More
• #### C2-04: FREE FALL WITH PHOTOCELL GATES

Measure acceleration due to gravity Read More
• #### C2-06 BALL DROP ON ROPE - EQUAL AND UNEQUAL INTERVALS

Illustrate the geometrical effect of free fall Read More
• #### C2-09: FREE FALL WITH STROBE

Show the position of a dropped ball at a series of equal time intervals Read More
• #### C2-10: CONSTANT VELOCITY - GALILEO'S EXPERIMENT

Show constant velocity and uniform acceleration using a rolling body. Read More

• #### C2-21 PROJECTILES DROPPED AND SHOT

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More
• #### C2-22 MONKEY AND HUNTER

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More
• #### C2-23: TRAJECTORY OF A BALL - MODEL

Illustrate the position of a projectile at equal time intervals Read More
• #### C2-24: WATER DROP PARABOLA

Demonstrate the parabolic path of a projectile. Read More
• #### C2-25: FUNNEL CART

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More
• #### C2-26 FUNNEL CART WITH MASS OVER PULLEY

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More
• #### C2-27 FUNNEL CART ON INCLINE

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More
• #### C2-28: TRAJECTORY OF BALL DROPPED BY WALKER

Demonstrate the independence of horizontal and vertical components of motion Read More