This is a story about my work and physics. I am not telling you where I work, but I just know I am a busser, and I am very good at it. So a few of the people I work with know I love science and math and physics. One of them actually majored in science so we discuss it a lot. I'll call them S. So S was carrying a tray at just the right position where it was almost straight up and down. (Perpendicular to the floor) Someone asked how the heck he can do that and I answered saying that it was static
Hello! I am a Physics C student from New York. Aside from physics I enjoy cooking, baking, art, music, traveling and reading. Aside from physics I am taking AP Calculus, AP Economics, AP Biology, German and English. I also play flute in my school's Wind Ensemble. I consider myself pretty good at a lot of things, primarily art and English, and not so good at others, like physics and math. So then why am I here? Well, I love Physics and math. They have always been my favorite subjects even if the
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