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Old 01-02-2006, 03:37 PM
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I did a project on batteries and rubber bands in the last few years. What category are these subjects in?
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if it has something to do with electricity than your in the correct catagory. if not it is in others.
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Please post this in the relevant forum "Miscellanous Science Questions"


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P.S. Rubberbands depending on how you use them, would go under physics or biology. Batteries would be under chemisrty.
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try doing one on rubber bands size and how far they go?
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