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Old 12-31-2005, 02:16 PM
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Question hey i need some help quick

hey im new here but i figured i give it a try. ok, im in 8th grade and i want to do a project on physics. ive looked at project ideas but the problem is that I need the project title to be "The Effect of _____ on _____". there aren't too many projects with that title on physics (preferably using measurements or mass/weight). any ideas?
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maybe you could do the effect of weight on speed or something like that.
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The effect wieght has on the growth of children

P.S. You will need a group of kids different age groups and wieght. Reseach the wieght and hight they should be and calculate the data. If you could get ages 2-14 for females and 2-18 to males and see the effects.
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This is very hard..hmmmm
You know somtimes its not accurate and takes more time..
i was thinking to make experments on people...but its much harder
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The effect wieght has on the growth of children

P.S. You will need a group of kids different age groups and wieght. Reseach the wieght and hight they should be and calculate the data. If you could get ages 2-14 for females and 2-18 to males and see the effects.
like wouldn't that take a very long time? and also wouldn't it also count on what they eat and thier parents? not trying to criticize but i'm just wondering how this would work.
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