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    Interesting! I might start working on my squat landings to prepare for any unexpected fall in the future. Also, this sucks when playing video games and you slip and end up falling to your doom.
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    Projectile motion simulation lab activity using an Excel spreadsheet. Students input angle, launch speed and can trace path of projectile, view velocity vector, etc. Thanks to Ed Pogozelski (SUNY Geneseo) and Dan Baker (U of Rochester) for their assistance in creating this activity.

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