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MU-02 The Law of Falling Bodies
# A4.0042

Run-Time: 30 min

Source: Intellimation

Description: Galileo's imaginative experiments proved that all bodies fall with the same constant acceleration.
Chapter - Description
1 - Opening Sequence
2 - Bonaventure Hotel
3- Introduction To Falling Bodies
4 - Dropping A Figurine,A Diver,A Leaf
5 - Shuttle Landing
6 - Child Dropping A Figurine, A Falling
7 - Falling Bodies In Air And In Vacuum
8 - Slow Motion Of A Penny And Feather Falling
9 - Astronaut Dropping Objects On Moon
10 - Galileo At His Desk
11 - Compound Body Thought Experiment
12 - Penny And Feather Falling In Vacuum
13 - A Falling Leaf And Diver; Falling Objects
14 - Galileo
15 - Davinci And Manuscripts
16 - Davinci's Interpretation Of Falling Bodies
17 - Galileo's Interpretation Of Falling Bodies
18- Galileo In His Study
19 - Galileo's Inclined Plane Experiment
20- Galileo In His Study
21 - Free-Fall Amusement Ride
22 - Free-Fall Ride And Galileo's Experiment
23 - Distance Fallen As Function Of Time
24 - Average Speed As A Function Of Time
25 - Amusement Park Rides
26 - The Derivative
27 - Derivatives At An Amusement Park
28 - Speed As A Derivative
29 - Examples Of Everyday Derivatives
30 - Distance And Speed As Functions Of Time
31 - Speed And Acceleration
32 - A Penny And A Feather In Free Fall
33 - Instantaneous Speed In Free Fall
34 - Acceleration In Free Fall
35 - Formulas Of Uniformly Accelerated Motion
36 - Uniformly Accelerated Motion
37 - Galileo
38 - Nicole Oresme
39 - Galileo's Notebook
40 - Newton At His Desk
41 - Leibniz At A Social Gathering
42 - Acceleration Due To Gravity
43 - Penny And Feather As Falling Bodies
44 - Einstein
45 - Accelertion, Speed And Distance
46 - The Discoverers Of Calculus
47 - Summary Of Falling Bodies


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