We get another look at a speeder in the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. How fast was it moving? Video analysis included.
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The SpaceX Falcon 9 made it’s second attempt at landing on a barge and crashed. Here is a video analysis of the rocket, along with homework questions.
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The new Apple MacBook charges with a USB-C cable instead of the magnetic MagSafe power cord. How much safer is the MagSafe?
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Here is a record breaking standing long jump by Byron Jones. What physics can we see in a standing long jump?
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The University of Illinois recently issued a DMCA takedown request against a student who had posted course homework (and answers) on Gitub. Then the university changed its mind. Welcome to the world of open source education.
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If you need more from the recent MythBusters episodes, here are some physics homework questions for you.
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Here are some holiday inspired physics homework including an example of the video analysis of a nerf dart.
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Could burning the calories from your Halloween candy charge your smart phone?
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This app solves math equations just by looking at them. And no, it’s probably not going to make us dumber.
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