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Before we can model motion we need to define the quantities that we are going to use, once that has been done we can investigate how they are related.
Displacement as a vector, adding perpendicular displacements using pythagorus
If your speed is constant how can you be accelerating.
When you move in a circle it feels like you are being thrown out so how come the force is towards the centre?
If too many people join me on a roller coaster will we all fall to our death
Wave quantities wave propagation reflection refraction interference diffraction
Wave simulations use the same mathematical equations that are used to model real waves so have the same properties.
Here a ripple tank simulation will be used to show how waves reflect, refract, interfere and diffract.