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Old 12-18-2005, 04:23 AM
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I have to agree that the right amout of cushioning does help, but does it always matter?
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Talking egg drop project thingy!!




HI!! about the egg drop project.. my physics teacher also askd us to do one... she required us to use toothpicks... well... i havent tried it yey... hope itll work 4 you.. im a newbie here!!! hope you can also gve idea about our physics investigatory projec!!... thnx!! ill be waiting 4 ur post!!
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HEY you can do it take the box, cover it with glue(one side after the other) befor it dries place a tooth pick about 1 cm inside the glue allow it to dry, and it works up to 10.3m!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(I DID IT MYSELF)
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Hi, My first time using these forums so ingnore mistakes.
Here is an assignment which is due by the 16th of november.

I am in a grade 11 physics class. We have to make a "device" in which
to hold an egg. The egg then will be dropped from a considerable height by
our teacher. The egg "must" withsatnd 3 falls.

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Withstands 1st fall - 50%
Withstands 2nd fall - 80%
Withstands 3rd fall - 100%

We havent been told about any materials that we might require and we
actually have to "construct" a wroking model of the device. So please ensure ur ideas are practical (no jet packs, air bags . I beleive thers many ways fo doing this and have a few ideas already. Am doing this to help myself.
Don't worry I gat to do it too but the problem is that I don't know how to make the container.
So i am looking if I find some ideas .
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Old 09-09-2006, 10:59 AM
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I have droped it from a height of 3.2 meters to find that it withstands up to 3.22 meters
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a simple thing is to get:
4 toothpics
1 container(10*8 cm)
pure water
tisue paper
the tissue paper must cover more than 5 cm up from the buttom
glue the toothpics on the sides that 2 cm are glued
I have droped it from a height of 3.2 meters to find that it withstands up to 3.22 meters
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