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    The Jump

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    scene laid out before me looked like a commercial pitching the idea of a wonderful beach vacation. I guess this is what it feels like in heaven…Oh wait I’m a thirty feet off the ground, about to jump off a cliff, this is more like a nightmare. “I know what you are thinking Gracie, and it’s just ONE little jump! It’s not a big deal.” Scott, my brother, piped up as he rocked back and forth on his heels. Scott was ... ... middle of paper ... ...opping off the top of the bottle. The second my legs left

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    The Physics of the High Jump

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    The Physics of the High Jump The world consists of many phenomena. Some of them are mysteries to us as human beings, while many others can be explained. Progressively over the centuries, science has helped us to better understand the spectacular things that physically affect the human race and the earth. Almost every single thing that deals with the physical aspect of our existence can now be explained through physics, which in turn helps us to better understand our surrounding environment. Where

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    The Laurel Falls Jump

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    The Laurel Falls Jump The water looked at least a mile away. How could I be up this high? It had only taken me minutes to hike up to this ledge. Maybe my weariness from the hike and swim had confused me, and I had not realized how long it took me to get here, or had the cliff actually gotten taller since the last time I was here? Whatever the reason, I knew this was higher than I wanted to be. How high was I really? Thirty feet, forty, one hundred feet even? What would Elaina think

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    Investigating a Ski Jump

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    Investigating a Ski Jump Background Knowledge: I will use formulas in the prediction to predict what will happen. The main formulas I will use will be Loss of potential energy = mgh m=mass g=gravity h=height Ek =1/2mv² Ek= kinetic energy v=velocity In the experiment the ball bearing will begin with potential energy. In order to predict the distance the ball travels I need to find out the horizontal speed of the ball upon leaving the rail. I will do this by making Ek equal to mgh to

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    report the anthrometry affect in jump height between males and females for both squat jump and countermovement jump. By analysing collected kinetic data from participants, by assessing flight time, and timing of the touch down for each participant. Jumping is one of the fundamental movements that a child learns after walking (Adrian & Cooper 1995). Anderson & Pandy (1993) study said it has been shown that subjects achieve a greater jump height in a countermovement jump, where they start from a vertical

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    Annie Jump Cannon

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    Quiet Heroes of Science For my first Extension I have chosen to research about a woman named Annie Jump Cannon. She was a renowned astronomer who lived from 1863-1941. She was a true pioneer for women everywhere and greatly contributed to the field of astronomy. This is an essay about her accomplishments as a Quiet Hero of Science. Annie Jump Cannon was born in Dover Delaware on December 11, 1863. As a young child and throughout her life she was not able to hear as well as other people. Despite

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    consists of a submaximal aerobic component as well as functional movements specific to the sport or activity and is traditionally used for athletes (Behm & Chaouchi, 2011). Studies have shown that a dynamic warm-up can improve power output and vertical jump height (Hough, Ross & Howatson, 2009). More recently, a new type of stretching technique known as foam rolling has been increasing in popularity in athletics (Healy, Hatfield, Blanpied, Dorfman & Riebe, 2014). Foam rolling is performed by small undulated

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    The Jump

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    Anxiety took over my body as I prepared to jump. The 80 foot waterfall looming atop Turner Falls seemed to be challenging me, beckoning me to come and attempt to plunge from the rock into the waterfall to try to endure the pressure as the water knocked me straight down into the deep waters and jagged rocks which awaited below. I waited with an eager excitement thinking that if I could take this plunge, I would really be able to swim with those I saw as the "big fish." Waiting on that rock I had no

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    Waltz Jump

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    the skater performs the jump? As I found this poem to be pretty (almost obviously so!), I also asked myself how Kooser was able to paint such vivid images with so few... ... middle of paper ... ...ess grape is enough to capture the ice skater’s experience, perhaps invoking a smile or fond memory in the reader. For those compelled to explore the deeper flavors behind the small and sweet poem, we find a mortality and time beautifully compressed into a single Waltz Jump. Works Cited Cavalieri

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    sleeping gas, every home was like Alcatraz And mutha fuckas lost their minds Just victims of the in-house drive-by They say jump, you say how high Yeah Just victims of the in-house drive-by They say jump, you say how high Run it! (Guitar solo) Just victims of the in-house drive-by They say jump, you say how high Just victims of the in-house drive-by They say jump, you say how high Check-a, check-a, check it out They load the clip in omnicolour Said they pack the 9, they fire it at prime

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