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Video:Sliding motion along an inclined plane

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Instructional video links

Note that these instructional videos are not part of Mech and the copyright on these is not with Mech contributors. Please visit the video links in the second column to get more information about the creators and context of the videos.

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 this and more videos in the playlist on inclined planes) full video
[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.