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Games Squad

Ameliaâ„¢

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Seabreeze Games is probably the best summer job you could ever think of. Meeting new people constantly, making people laugh, and being able to be outside everyday during the summer; and to get paid for it all just tops it off! But one of the most interesting things about my job that I was able to notice over time was people testing their lucky at physics. One of the most difficult games at Seabreeze is easily the Ring Toss. While it's interesting to see people's different approaches to the game, the most important thing to keep in mind is the projectile motion behind your toss. Moving along a curved path, affected by the force of gravity, you will need to find a velocity and force to put behind your toss that will allow it to land around the appropriate target, the ring. So keep this in mind, and hopefully this summer you'll be the one walking away with a 5-foot tall stuffed dog.



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