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“B-back to my original point, if I was a legitimate vendor I certainly wouldn’t accept rubber band ball, as a legitimate source of currency, or equal form of trade.” I felt a little pride at the end of my diatribe, but I quickly recalled I was talking to a brick wall. “I see your point Fillip, however this is a very unique ball.” Oh god, here we go. He walked behind my stand, and gazed towards the sun, which was quickly dissipating beneath the endless tangerine

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part about him was his goofiness. There wasn’t a day that it wouldn’t come out and shine even for a moment. Papa Bill taught me how to golf at a young age. When he first started to teach me, we would go to the driving range and hit a few buckets of balls just for some simple lessons. I could get the basics down being an athlete from a young age. Some of the things took me a bit longer to get. Anyone that has seen the movie Happy Gilmore should remember the run up hockey approach that Happy would take

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match up with our experiment. In the first experiment we used a car and put a certain amount of weights in it to see how much it would affect the mass, time and velocity. In the second experiment, we stretched a rubber band from 1cm to 5cm and released the car from the length of the rubber bands to calculate the time and velocity. In both problems to calculate velocity we used, 1 cm divided by the time calculated by the photogate. Our hypothesis was that if more mass is added, then acceleration will

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more laps until, I finally started to slow down. It was my fourteenth lap when I decided to talk to Lea again, we had been running, then jogging and running and jogging, but in that time we hadn’t said anything. I was more focused on collecting rubber bands for each lap. I was almost sure that she was to. “How you doing?” I said. “You mean, how are you doing, right?” she corrected me, again. “Yes, that’s what I meant to say” I said, hoping that one day I would have

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For the Barbie Bungee lab, the groups used their knowledge about Bivariate Statistics to accurately find the relationship between the number of rubber bands and the length barbie fell. After identifying this relationship, the groups used the line of best fit formula to determine how many rubber bands would be needed in order to drop the doll from a known height and get the closest to the ground without touching it. One group completed this lab and was able to get there doll to get as close as 19

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Are you looking for a creative project that 's fun, easy and fairly quick? Tie dying is a great activity for the whole family! The wonderful thing about tie dye is that you can 't really mess it up and anyone can do it. Here are the things you 'll need to gather before getting started: Fabric to dye. You can dye t-shirts, bandannas, shorts, socks, underwear...whatever you 'd like, as long as your fabric is 100% cotton, rayon, or other natural fiber, otherwise the dye won 't hold. Inexpensive

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1-1: Introduction to Force Procedure: 1. Place one end of a rubber band around the vertical rod on your table. 2. Stretch the rubber band to a length of 10cm beyond its unstretched length, L0. [pic] 3. Place two rubber bands around the rod and stretch them together a length of 10cm Question 1-1: How does the combined force of two rubber bands compare to the force of just one rubber band? 1. Repeat with 3, 4 5 rubber bands. Activity 1-2: Measuring Force with a Force Probe Open

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each sensor. After being attached, logger pro started collecting the data and the two sensors were pulled apart by one person. Logger Pro automatically provided a graph with the data provided with the sensors. This part was repeated with an elastic band that was attached to the two ends of the sensors. The graphs provided were saved and was used to analyze the force pairs. Part II Part 2 of this experiment was like the first part of the section. However instead of holding both sensors, one force

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shade of crimson. Some snickered, some cold stares, some laughing. The teacher placed her hands on her hips as she raised a brow. I got into minor trouble from that incident. It was just a rubber band. Well, that was until a pair of students started flinging them onto my face. "Oh, look. The geek likes rubber bands, so let 's give them to her!" Her friend howled with laughter at her little 'joke, ' and she relished in his support. I wanted them to stop, but to my

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Do Now – Cornerstone 2 - Day Two Directions: Answer the questions below. Then, decide if each scenario is continuous or discrete. 1. Darrin is emptying out his bathtub. There are 28 gallons of water in the tub and it is decreasing at a rate of 1 gallon per minute.   • Write an equation to represent the relationship between the amount of water in the tub, y, and the number of minutes the tub has been draining, x. 2. Tylia makes balloon animals at a kids’ birthday party to earn extra money. The equation

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