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sPygurl 11-07-2005 10:45 AM

help me (8 grade project)
 
cam u help me find out an easy science fair project plzz :confused:
m in 8 grade and i intrest in chemistry or pysical plz plz it due so soon :confused: :eek:

BroadwayBaby 11-07-2005 06:49 PM

RE: Help an eigthgrader out
 
Have you tried looking in the physics and chemistry sections of this forum. They have amazing ideas!!

rachaelroxursox2 12-26-2005 04:24 PM

they do they do
 
yes they do:)

Dr.Rune 75 01-09-2006 12:08 PM

ill help u
 
u could do basketball in phisyics like the pressure of a basketball and how it bounces:D

GotFire 01-13-2006 06:11 AM

Hey i know this is like way off topic but how do you get your own sig?

crazymonkey 02-02-2006 08:16 PM

question
 
heres one...
Is a ball bounce affected by the height from which it is dropped..
this was my first question.. but i got a better one.. so use this..:) :)
do ur best:star:

Science_Girl 02-04-2006 07:31 AM

how about how different postures affect the way that sports are played and do they actually help...

dreamerofeternity 02-05-2006 03:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crazymonkey
heres one...
Is a ball bounce affected by the height from which it is dropped..
this was my first question.. but i got a better one.. so use this..:) :)
do ur best:star:

Okay, for this one, the answer is quite obvious unless....

You don't just say the higher you drop it, the better it bounces. You say that first. But then you look at your data and infer something else. Let's say when you drop it from 10 meters, it bounces 5 meters. When you drop it from 100 meters, it bounces 80 meters. At 10 meters, it bounces 50 percent. At 100 meters, it bounces 80 percent. Do you understand me now? After you figure out all the percentages, make a chart. X axis is the height from where the ball is dropped. Y axis is percentage. So you can see. Is the elasticity of the ball constant and has no relevancy to heights? Or does it depend on height?

Bonne chance!


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