# Mechanics

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Collision in Two Dimensions Apparatus Item # P2-8450

The Collision in Two Dimensions Apparatus allows students to experience the conservation of momentum and kinetic energy by investigating the difference between elastic, inelastic, and partially elastic collisions.

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2. Human Dynamics Cart Item # P3-3617
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Active involvement turns into fun physics! When a student sits on the Dynamic Cart they actually become part of the experiment, creating a real world experience that teaches concepts like Newton's First Law.

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3. Flying Pig Item # P4-2165
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Add some excitement to your lessons on circular motion with the Flying Pig. Suspended from the ceiling, his wings flap and carry him in a regular circle.

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4. g Ball Item # P4-4000

Want to help your students to really wrap their minds around how falling objects behave? Then the g Ball is exactly what you're looking for. It gives students a hands-on way to better understand the difficult concept of acceleration due to gravity.

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5. Stirling Engine Item # P6-7100

Visually demonstrate the conversion of thermal energy into mechanical work to create electrical energy!

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6. Fan Cart Item # P4-1986

Even Sir Issac Newton would have been a fan of the Fan Cart! The Fan Cart is perfect for exploring Newton's laws of motion, inertia, acceleration, and action-reaction.

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7. Vertical Acceleration Demonstrator Item # P3-3520
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The Vertical Acceleration Demonstrator illustrates a concept that is crucial for understanding projectile motion: that the acceleration due to gravity only affects an object's vertical motion.

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8. Magnetic Accelerator Item # P4-1365
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Is energy conserved in a magnetic field? Watch as students try to figure out this amazing demo

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9. Monkey and Hunter Set Item # P4-1965

Analysis of the projectile path of the bullet and the monkey's freefall shows that the bullet will hit the target. But are your students still unconvinced? Show them!

Ring stand and C-clamp not included.

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10. Measuring Energy Efficiency Kit Item # P6-7910
\$110.00

Students investigate energy transformations and explore the efficiency of these transformations. In Part I, students estimate the efficiency of a flashlight bulb to produce light by using calorimetry to measure how much “waste” heat energy is produced. In Part II, students calculate and compare price, energy consumption, and cost per hour for incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.