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Author: lhagens

Group: Default

Filesize: 174.08 kB

Date added: 2012-05-09

Rating: 5

Downloads: 393

Views: 278

Comments: 1

Ratings: 1

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo before v1.8.5

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Select the particle in the box, and set it to move at a constant velocity. Observer and record what happens.
Now clone this particle several times and see what happens?
What happens if only one of the particles has a constant velocity and the others are at rest?
What happens if one particle has a greater constant velocity than the others?
What happens when there are many particles versus when there a much fewer?
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Dear lhagens' mom,

This scene reminds me of the Kinetic Theory of Gases in general and specifically temperature and heat transfer. Playing with this scene gets me so excited I feel a little light-headed. Your son (or daughter) is probably an A1 nerd (not like me) and will probably become a teacher someday.