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Interactive Simulations for Physical Sciences and Math

The University of Colorado at Boulder offers more than 80 simulations of physical phenomena ranging from elementary simulations on balloons and static electricity to university level simulations of optical quantum control. These interactive simulations can be modified by the user,
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The University of Colorado at Boulder offers more than 80 simulations of physical phenomena ranging from elementary simulations on balloons and static electricity to university-level simulations of optical quantum control. These interactive simulations can be modified by the user, and many are accompanied by sample learning goals, teacher tips, and ideas and activities that have been created to use the simulations in lessons.

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