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Warning: This video proves whether Santa Claus really exists by using math and science. Not suitable for small children.
The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Also available on youtube.
Site for converting from one unit to another. Also includes a search engine for maths sites.
Explore the ways maths and science link together with a series of interactive applets and problems.
Very helpful site for school students (and teachers) that includes animated lessons. Covers sciences and maths.
A site using mathematical examples to explain the applications of physical principles.
Every lightcone contains infinitely many nearly complete, mutually exclusive, lightcones. This page looks at the maths of this, and its use as a cosmological model.
Brilliant animations: an excellent site bringing the maths alive. All D Russell's work is rated most highly by teacher panels.
Designed by students as part of the ThinkQuest competition although not perfect this site is very appealing visually and explains some of the principles of mechanics and forces.
Definition of Bragg's law from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics. Includes some maths.
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