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Mike V's First Physics Blog



An activity I perform where physics is applied is martial arts. I think physics applies to martial arts because all the movements are meant to be efficient and quick based on how your body can perform those moves. the goal is to always find the most effective way of completing movements which requires knowledge of some physics. (Distance from target, speed, power, etc.) I am taking physics this year because i thought it would be the most interesting science class that I could take in high school. I also am not a big fan of other science classes like biology or chemistry, so physics was the best choice. I 'm most excited this year for the catapault unit because I like hands-on projects and it seems like it could be a fun unit. I'm most anxious for the midterm and final, and I think it's obvious why.

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