Most of my time is spent either doing homework or playing violin and ukulele. Depending on the season, I am often at rehearsals for musicals and sometimes black box shows. As you can probably tell, music is one of my strongest interests, both playing and listening. I'm not exactly sure what I want to do with my life, but I know no matter what music will always be a part of it. Last year, I took AP Physics 1 and really enjoyed my experience and learned a lot. However, I originally signed up
Whenever I go camping, a Frisbee is a must. My brother and I can spend a significant amount of time throwing one around (and a significant amount of time running after it when one of us makes a bad throw). The last time we went camping, my brother tried to throw the Frisbee without spin. When he did this, it fell to the ground almost immediately. Why? I thought. Well, spinning the Frisbee provides angular momentum. Angular momentum is what keeps it stable. The more spin you put on a Frisb
I'll let you in on a little secret: I am a terrible dancer. Dancing has always been my weakness when it comes to doing shows, and I typically try to make up for it with singing and acting. When I see good dancers do it so effortlessly, I am extremely jealous. This crossed my mind because I actually have to go to dance rehearsal soon (and this is where I say everyone please come to IHS's production of The Music Man March 15-18). Anyway, time for the physics. As you have probably guessed, the
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