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Video:Sliding motion along an inclined plane

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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=TC23wD34C7k}}</toggledisplay> || [http://www.khanacademy.org/video/inclined-plane-force-components?playlist=Physics Khan Academy video: inclined plane force components] (click through to view comments, more) || full video (12:42) || || ||concentrates on the set up of the gravitational force and the normal reaction force
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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=Mz2nDXElcoM}}</toggledisplay> || [http://www.khanacademy.org/video/ice-accelerating-down-an-incline?playlist=Physics Khan Academy video: ice accelerating down incline] || full video (10:37) || || || considers the kinematics, without friction.
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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=v8ODIMqbQ44}}</toggledisplay> || [http://www.khanacademy.org/video/force-of-friction-keeping-the-block-stationary?playlist=Physics Khan Academy video: force of friction keeping the block stationary] || full video (8:41) || || ||considers the "no sliding" case with [[static friction]]
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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=BukTc4q9BMc}}</toggledisplay> || [http://www.khanacademy.org/video/correction-to-force-of-friction-keeping-the-block-stationary?playlist=Physics Khan Academy video: correction to force of friction keeping the block stationary] || full video (0:51) || || || considers the "no sliding" case with [[static friction]]
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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=iA7Thhnzc64}}</toggledisplay> || [http://www.khanacademy.org/video/force-of-friction-keeping-velocity-constant?playlist=Physics Khan Academy video: force of friction keeping velocity constant] || full video (9:09) || considers the "sliding" case with [[kinetic friction]]|} ===Quick advanced coverage: Open Course Ware=== {| ||class="sortable" border="1"! Video embedded in this page (click SHOW MORE to view) !! Video link (on course page) !! Segment !! Contextual information !! Transcript link !! Transcript segment
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| <toggledisplay>{{#widget:YouTube|id=uZGbtK2KBoY}}</toggledisplay> || [http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Physics/8-01Physics-IFall1999/VideoLectures/detail/embed08.htm 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.
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