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christina horton

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  1. Breaking News: Irondequoit High School students calculate their own acceleration due to gravity Today in Dan Fullerton’s physics class, ninth period students calculated their own acceleration due to gravity. Surprisingly, with the instruments they used, Daniel, Rebecca and Christina calculated their acceleration due to gravity to be only 10.4 meters per second^2. One would think their calculations would be totally wrong but they were actually very close being that the actual accepted acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 meters per second^2 making them only six percent off when it comes to their percent error. More breaking news from the excellent students at Irondequoit High School in Dan Fullerton’s Physics class coming quickly as is expected from these bright young minds.

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