Video:Sliding motion along an inclined plane

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Basic coverage: Khan Academy videos

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[SHOW MORE] 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
[SHOW MORE] Khan Academy video: ice accelerating down incline full video (10:37) considers the kinematics, without friction.
[SHOW MORE] Khan Academy video: force of friction keeping the block stationary full video (8:41) considers the "no sliding" case with static friction
[SHOW MORE] Khan Academy video: correction to force of friction keeping the block stationary full video (0:51) considers the "no sliding" case with static friction
[SHOW MORE] Khan Academy video: force of friction keeping velocity constant full video (9:09) considers the "sliding" case with kinetic friction

Other coverage

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(embedding unavailable) Friction and Inclines lecture by Thinwell available on Mindbites -- only a previes is available for free, the lecture can be downloaded for a small price 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.