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Use a clinometer to measure the height of trees, buildings, flag poles and other tall objects. Here's a simple activities to make your own.
Maths and Physics activities at a theme park. Has some history of rides eg Eli Wheel, physics quiz and links to other roller coaster sites.
An impressive collection of simple and clearly explained video tutorials about a range of physics topics (as well as maths, chemistry and more) suitable for secondary school level students. Make ...
Applets showing pendulum motion. Applets suitable for an advanced school student but the maths is higher level.
Great collection of problems that require a bit of physics, maths and thinking to solve
A guide to string theory - this site tries to make this accessible without the maths.
A definition of the Coriolis force including maths from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics.
How fast do you have to be to stop a penalty kick in football? Rhett Allain does the maths.
An animated pizza slices tells you how to keep cheese and tomato sauce off your face using physics and maths.
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