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About marisajorlando

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  1. When timing a persons jump with a stop watch, there are many things that can effect reslts and create error. When one person jumps in the air not only is it hard to time the starting of the timer perfectly, but the button on the timer also takes time to press down. Even few miliseconds will scue the results. In addition, when the group members have to measure their jump on the wall, each jump will be different so it is very hard to get precise measurements. To make this more precise, we should use a small trampoline with sencors, so that everytime someone jumps on it, it will mark the intervuls of time. This method will decrease any major errors.
  2. Awkward I used my last name too
  3. They are far from New York Ash. YOU GO GIRL!
  4. you are really weird for the little symbols. apple, pizza....cat? and ghost. -winggirl <3
  5. Well, I'm Marisa Orlando. I love love love hockey, New York City, and my cat. My favorite team is the Washington Capitals, I want to go to NYU Law School, and my cats name is Quincy. Like the football player. Speaking of football.....go Cowboys and Raiders! Save your hate. Oh and also, Kevin Hart is hilarious. Ummmmalalalalaa I don't really know what else to say. OH I love arguing. And I can't wait to do that as my career. I want to be a lawyer by the way if that wasn't obvious! I'm taking physics because it seems like an interesting class and I actually want to push myself to expand my thinking this year. I like learning about the kinds of things we'll be learning about in physics such as the universe. My dad, my brother and I always have conversations about this kind of stuff and I love it. Okay we'll that's all, hope everyone enjoys their year!!

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