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This applet is created by prof Hwang
Modified by Ahmed
Original project Which one is faster? (arrive destination earlier)

You will find two trajectories:
Blue particle will move in straight line and green particle will move along a circular path.
Assume there is no friction and under the same gravitation field.
Which one will arrive bottom earlier?
And can you explain it ? (The reason in phyisc!)

You might want to check show vx(t)!

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