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1: Newton's First Law of Motion
This page begins an excellent four-part lesson on Newtonâs
First Law of Motion÷mass and inertia. Visit this site, then
use Newton's First Law of Motion to explain why it is important
to wear a seat belt.
This has a general overview of the importance of Isaac Newton.
Visit this site and describe his major contributions to science.
Here you'll find a very nice summary of friction. Visit this
site and use the interactive Java Applet to run friction simulations.
This has a general tutorial on simple harmonic motion and
gives a great review of velocity and acceleration, plus an
introduction to amplitude, period, and frequency. Visit this
site to take the tutorial, then quiz yourself with the self
History of the Piano Here is a short, but specific history of the piano. Visit
this site and explain why a sounding-board is important to