Maxwell’s Equations in Motion

Subtitle: Lenz’s Law Looks Cool

While I hoped to post more often this year, my decision to split each of my algebra periods into two sections has increased my workload exponentially.  Preliminary results look favorable, however, it is too soon to really determine the efficacy, or feasibility, of my approach.

Notwithstanding my overloaded schedule, and while watching my page visits and views plummet, I decided to post a link to a cool video that illustrates Lenz’s Law, a related member of Maxwell’s Equations, in action.   I stumbled across the video in a moment of guilty pleasure while scanning my Facebook news feed.

A quick Google search turned up the following video from MIT.

Enjoy!

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About Dave aka Mr. Math Teacher

Secondary math teacher teaching math intervention, algebra 1, honors precalculus, and AP Calculus AB. I spent 25 years in high tech in engineering, marketing, sales and business development roles in the satellite communications, GPS, semiconductor, and wireless industries. I am awed by the potential in our nation's youth and I hope to instill in them the passion to improve our world at local, state, national, and global levels.
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