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jasonpeinko

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ok do you guys know of any physics software like interactive physics? that is free? that works with linux?
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what interactive physics is, a program for creating movement and physics equations just search and look for the software on google if you want to see what it is but i need something free.
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I don't think it would be free since many educational softwares are quite expensive. Software like these usually come in a bundle with a textbook.
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well do you know of anything cheap?
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You can find some pretty interesting interactive websites out there that mostly use Java or Javascript in their presentations.
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