Users' Tags: motoarmonico
Age range: 16 - 19
Resource type: enquiry-oriented activity, experiment
Project: Science in school
Author: Carla Isabel Ribeiro
This article suggests a new enquiry-based way of teaching simple harmonic motion: students use their knowledge of mathematics, physics and ICT to characterise the motion of Jupiter’s moons. They collect data from a software program, process it and then plot graphs, particularly of sine and arcsine functions, to calculate the moons’ orbital periods.
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