Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-1-2018

Department

Physics and Astronomy

Abstract

In everyday life, we usually directly note two basic forces: gravity and electromagnetism. Gravity—as in the acceleration due to Earth’s gravity—tends to be a background force of sorts, something that is always present and always the same. We don’t always see electricity and/or magnetism as such, but their subsidiaries are all around us—friction, normal force, tension, springs, and the like.

Comments

© The Physics Teacher
Publisher's Version

Publication Title

The Physics Teacher

Volume

56

Issue

2

First Page

118

Last Page

119

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