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So I've been playing with Scratch recently to generate simulations and animations. It's really easy to use, there are online tutorials, and I bet you could do some really cool things with it.
Here is a link to the download:
http://scratch.mit.edu/
I'll also upload some of my projects so you can see how to code for different situations. You need to be running Scratch to open them.
airplanedrop.sb
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constant velocity/constant acceleration.
Hoverpuck.sb
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constant velocity x, then constant velocity x and y.
newton's 3rd push.sb
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for every force there is an equal and opposite force.
relativevelocity1.sb
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constant velocity for one sprite, constant acceleration for the other.
spaceship.sb
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constant velocity/constant acceleration. (I bet I could make this one better)
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Here is a link to the download:
http://scratch.mit.edu/
I'll also upload some of my projects so you can see how to code for different situations. You need to be running Scratch to open them.