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125 physics projects for the evil genius.

9780071621311

125 physics projects for the evil genius.

Silver, Jerry.

McGraw-Hill

2009

340 pages

$24.95

Paperback

Evil genius series

QC33

This resource contains 125 physics projects for teachers at all levels, as well as parents, scout leaders, hobbyists, and others interested in the subject. Each section lists required items, step-by-step instructions, and options for changing the project based on varying experience, available resources, and interest levels. Experiments include expected outcome and equations for why they work. They test concepts relating to motion, gravity, centripetal force, Newton's law, energy and momentum, sound and waves, light, hot and cold, electricity and magnetism, and the Earth. Silver, a teacher, has developed components for terrestrial photovoltaic systems and designed solar arrays providing power for commercial and NASA satellites. There is no bibliography.

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