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    The Effects on a Ball Rolling Down a Ramp Aim: I am trying to find out what factors effect the distance a ball rolls when released from the top of a ramp. Variables Input/Control Outcome Units Height of Ball from the ground Height of Ramp Distance ball rolls Centimeters (cm) Length of Ramp Speed ball rolls Surface of Ramp Direction ball rolls Surface of Floor Weight of Marble Size of Marble Surface of Marble Variables: The height of the

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    travelled. I will then drop the balls from my chosen heights. The sand = The moons surface. The balls =The meteors Variables: All the variables that I can change and what can affect my experiment are; * The height in which I drop the ball from. * The amount of sand in the tub. * The size of the different individual balls. * The weight of the balls. * Speed of which the balls are travelling at. * The surface type * The angle of which the ball hits the ground. All of

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    crimson fucking smile. Veronica Oliver kicked at the sheets around her and turned her face into the sweaty pillow, moaning in her sleep. She was six-years-old again, and her parents brought her to the opening day of the Carrington County Fair. It was her first fair, so she wore her prettiest yellow dress. Her mother even put braids in her pale blond hair, something she usually reserved for church. It was a hot summer evening as she walked between her parents and held her free ticket in her tiny

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    The Origin of Baseball

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    writings that mentioned baseball. Baseball has been tracked as far back as the late 1700's, along with a few other children's games. These include bat and ball, stool ball, town ball, and one-old-cat. These games all had different rules, but they all had something in common; the ball is thrown to a person with a bat, that person hits the ball, and runs to the bases. ..0Sound familiar? This game was also known as rounders, which was mostly played by girls (Margolies, 11). This game came to the United

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    Dream Awake

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    I was privileged to become a physics lab TA, which turned my age-long reverie into a reality. Honestly, instead of being interested in teaching, I was more motivated by fame, reputation, and authority. On a psychological level, my feelings were fair and reasonable. By maintaining excellent academic credits, I was forced to give up most of my social activities. To me the formula for academic excellence and social activities are inversely related. I was more anxious to become a man of prestige instead

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    Speed at Which a Ball Bounces Off a Surface Plan Introduction I intend on investigating the speed at which a ball rebounds of a given surface. I will try and find a relationship between the speed it hits the surface and the speed it comes off the surface. Background Information ====================== The principle of conservation of energy states "Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another."1 This is the reason that the ball does not rebound

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    The Physic of Paintball

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    marker. The paintballs are gravity fed into the gun. Paintball is a contact sport and there is some important equipment involved is protecting oneself. Unlike football and hockey it is not other bodies you will come in contact with, but small plastic balls filled with paint from an array of colors. The protective equipment used consists of a mask that not only covers the eyes of the user but covers the entire face back to the ears. Some masks will also cover up the forehead. The mask is really the only

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    station, the met once again at a ball they both attend. While they were at the ball they fell into their routine of dancing and socializing. Vronsky sought out Anna when he saw her but when they finally came together for the first time, that would be the beginning of the end for Anna. They were in the moment and the music helped put both of them in a trance with each other. This was the first time that the arts were involved in Anna and Vroksky coming together. This ball caused Anna great excitement

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    The Game

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    and neatly creased slacks standing on the grass observing a small white ball and trading remarks that made them smile. Everyone, everything, seemed so peaceful, so clean, so perfect at Timuquana Country Club. David Duval was just nine. He was so short that his bag of clubs almost dragged on the ground. He was slightly chunky, with freckled skin. His bottle-thick glasses sat on his nose. He carried six bags of golf balls to the driving range. If you watched how he carried himself, you wouldn't

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    Hard Hits in Women's Tennis Industry Causes a Racket From sunrise to sunset, I constantly hit fuzzy balls over the net. At age eight, my plan was to be a professional women's tennis player, so I figured that I needed to start training now. Wanting to be just like Martina Hingis, I loved to watch how she could hit the ball with such pace and accuracy. Some of the best women athletes drive themselves to participate in this grueling sport, and, although tennis was once not the most popular sport

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