Pages created and updated by Terry Sturtevant Date Posted: January 12, 2011

These documents are "dynamic" as opposed to "static". In other words, they allow you to move back and forth through the material to (hopefully!) make it easier to follow one step at a time. It's like an animation at a speed that you control. I'd love to get feedback, especially if you find it useful and/or see how it can be improved.
(In case you're interested, these are produced with LaTeX beamer.)

Physics concepts


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