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haley13

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Outside of school, one activity i like to do is nordic skiing in the winter. Physics applies to this sport in a few ways. The movement needed to go up and down the hill has an initial velocity from when your at one spot to get to the other. I'm taking physics this year because i needed a 4th year of science to help with what i want to major in at college. This year, im most excited for building and launching the catapult. This year im most anxious about the tests.



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Hmmm... if you want to get down the hill as fast as possible, how do you choose your path?  Bet there's some physics involved there too!  (Our student teacher 2 years ago was an expert nordic racer!)

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