Added by Adrian Watt on Mar 12, 2008
An interactive animation demonstrating the independence of horizontal and vertical motion for falling bodies. A motorcyclist attempts to clear a lake full of crocodiles. Click the arrow button to start the animation. Use the green slider to vary the speed of the motorcyclist to see whether they make the jump.
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