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Physics Teacher

January 2012 Volume 50, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. The Monty Hall Problem as a Class Activity Using Clickers

    Stephen H. Irons

    Demonstrating probabilistic outcomes using real-time data is especially well-suited to larger lecture classes where one can generate large data sets easily. The difficulty comes in quickly... More

    pp. 14-16

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  2. Using a High-Speed Camera to Measure the Speed of Sound

    William Nathan Hack & William H. Baird

    The speed of sound is a physical property that can be measured easily in the lab. However, finding an inexpensive and intuitive way for students to determine this speed has been more involved. The ... More

    pp. 45-47

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