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Cheerleading can relate back to physics in many ways! The past week we've been talking about kinematics which can relate to cheerleading stunts. Kinematic has to do with velocity, accelaration, distance and time. This relates to stunting because when you're holding someone up in the air and you pop them to catch them in a cradle, it's reflecting vertical kinematics because your flyer is falling down.

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how about using ascelleration of how fast the cheerleaders are going when they do moves like pushing someone in the air for a fantsy trick. wouldnt their ascelleration increase at first the as the cheerleader repells down to the ground the asceleration then dcreses.

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