Video:Sliding motion along an inclined plane
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|Video embedded in this page (click SHOW MORE to view)||Video link (on course page)||Video link to correct start time (not necessarily on course page)||Segment||Contextual information||Transcript link||Transcript segment|
|[SHOW MORE]||Khan Academy video: inclined plane force components (click through to view comments, more)||full video (12:42)|
|[SHOW MORE]||Khan Academy video: ice accelerating down incline||full video (10:37)|
|[SHOW MORE]||Khan Academy video: force of friction keeping the block stationary||full video (8:41)|
|[SHOW MORE]||MIT OCW lecture on friction by Walter Lewin||02:23 - 07:01||Relates the limiting coefficient of static friction to the angle of friction to set the stage for some experimental demonstrations.||same as video link||It is fairly easy to measure ... to ...same kind of rubber.|