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Physics #2

Real World Applications: In the summer when you have water balloon throwing contests, many balloons break when they are being caught due to the impact. The important key in successfully catching the water balloon after it is thrown is to extend the time of the collision (when the water balloon reaches your hand) You have to keep your arms out reached and cradle the water balloon so it does not pop. If you want to win the contest, follow this strategy.

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Physics

In sports where you have to hit a ball with a racket or bat, you are encouraged to swing and follow through. This increases the time of the collision. Also there is an increase in the change of velocity on the ball. Such sports as tennis or baseball, you want to follow through because it will increase the velocity which will increase your success.

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Baking with Brenda

When you turn on the oven, the air is heated by conduction. Conduction is the spontaneous transfer of heat from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature. Due to convection, the air is circulated due to the different densities between hot and cold air. Next, the baked good will also be heated through conduction, once placed in the oven. The infrared light waves, also known as heat energy will pass through the entire mixture and the overall temperature of the cake will incr

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Blogging Assignment #1

Blogging Assignment #1 The topic i chose that has a lot of physics is, cheerleading. Cheerleading applies to physics because people are constantly being flipped around. Whether its tumbling or flying, physics is involved. For example, when a girl is going up in a basket toss, there is a lot of momentum that has to drive through in order to push the girl higher into the air. I am taking physics this year because i need the science credit and i thought it would be a challenging class for me to

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