## Practise projects: Newtons laws

The panel on the right of this page contains links to some more challenging programming exercises that require you to use the material that is covered in this chapter. You are strongly encouraged to create a new python notebook for each of the problems listed here that you attempt. Put all the code you write and the explanations of the mathematical ideas you use in the notebook. Please note that there is an enormous ammount of information about python available online and we fully expect you to take advantage of this rich information stream. Some (brief) introductions to the python notebook system are provided below:

- Introductory videos on
**running**the notebook and**writing**in the notebook - Introductory video on
**writing equations**with the notebook, notes on**the markdown language**you can use for writing plain text and**a short summary**of the key markdown commands. -
**List of latex commands**that can be used to typeset mathematical equations in the jupyter notebook system

In addition the buttons below allow you to access resources on the python syntax for key programming concepts

Variables Functions Logic Loops Lists GraphsIf you would like to download the python notebook system onto your own laptop you can find it here:

https://www.continuum.io/downloads There are some instructions on how to install it on your computer in ** this video **