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Misconception of Students

·       Objects slow down in the presence of friction or air resistance.

Outcomes of the simulator

·       Students can visualise how motion is affected when Fnet > friction, when Fnet = friction and when Fnet < friction, while the cart remains in motion.

·       Students learn how to predict motion given the magnitude and direction of Fnet with relation to the direction of motion.

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### Software Requirements

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### Credits

Tek Yong Shoun; lookang

### Sample Learning Goals

Simulation to address Misconception of Students
M1: Objects slow down in the presence of friction or air resistance.
Outcomes of the simulator
Solution1: Students can visualise how motion is affected when $$F_{net} \gt friction$$, when $$F_{net} = friction$$ and when $$F_{net} \lt friction$$, while the cart remains in motion.
Solution2: Students learn how to predict motion given the magnitude and direction of $$F_{net}$$ with relation to the direction of motion.

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### Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrgKspCxN4E by ETDtogo explains why the simulation fan produces a (point to the right) forward force. In the YouTube video, the cart moves to the left because the exhaust gases from the fire extinguisher pushes to the right.

Newton's Third Law - Medicine Ball Experiment by ETDtogo

Newton's Third Law - Water Rocket Experiment by ETDtogo

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