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This following applet is V(t) and a(t) for a block sliding from a hill with a spring
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project V(t) and a(t) for a block sliding from a hill with a spring

Drag the slider to change the angle of the hill and watch how velocity and acceleration changed .

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