## Buoyancy Experiment

The fluid in the beaker is water, and its density is assumed to be 1 g/mL. The volume of the object is assumed to be 100 mL. Buoyancy When we wear a life jacket, our bodies float on the water … more

The fluid in the beaker is water, and its density is assumed to be 1 g/mL. The volume of the object is assumed to be 100 mL. Buoyancy When we wear a life jacket, our bodies float on the water … more

You can hang multiple springs by touching (or clicking) the screen. What’s the difference when connecting multiple springs in series or parallel? (Notice) All springs and weights each have the same properties (mass, spring constant). The spring is very light, … more

Press the button of the planet you want to go. Orbital radii of the planets has applied the average.

Let’s measure my weight on several planets with the scale that we used on Earth. Newton explaining the gravity mathematically Every object has a gravitational field around it and attracts surrounding objects. The strength of this gravitational field is proportional … more