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Amusement Park and Newton’s laws Magic mountain amusement park is really great especially their roller coaster rides,but it’s not just how it’s built it’s also because Newton’s laws make it even more amazing.Some of them that I am a fan of are the Green lantern, Apocalypse, as well as their Batman no escape. These rides are great with all the ways they go up down and around,but Newton’s law really make it exciting with motion,and an object at rest because it gives you that unexpected thrill…

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1. Describe a roller coaster design that the cart was not able to travel through safely. There was only a few things that would make a roller coaster design dangerous for the cart. One example would be how pointy the angle was for of each hill. The more pointy the hills, the more dangerous the landing of the cart would be. Another example would be the height of the loop of the roller coaster. The loop should be high enough so that the cart could travel with more energy. 2. Describe a…

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The Role of Religion in the Life of Sir Isaac Newton Isaac Newton has been heralded as one of the greatest minds that ever lived and is arguably the most brilliant mind of the 17th century; his accomplishments in math and science advanced the understanding of the natural world and served as a foundation for future exploration. Such a portrait of Newton, painted mainly through the eyes of contemporary scientists, leaves an indelible impression that Newton was a simple scientist, albeit a…

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The Archers Paradox What is it? Have you ever heard the term “Straight as an arrow”? Well, this isn’t exactly accurate. Arrows don’t exactly fly straight, they twist and bend as they fly. When you draw back and release your bowstring the large force of kinetic energy stored in the limbs gets transferred into the arrow and this force causes the spine of the arrow to start bending as it gets pushed forward. The archer’s paradox is this bending of the arrow around the bow as it is being loosed…

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Egg Drop The egg drop project was a way to see nature’s effect on itself for example, how an egg can survive a fall? It combine a majority aspect of physics, Velocity (both initial and final), Acceleration, Displacement, and Time to find how fast the egg within the vessel will go when drop from the top of a rail in the back of the school. Initial Velocity will determine the speed the egg left its initial position, the final velocity will determine the speed of the egg before crashing,…

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The crash box is the car component that is attached at each end of a car’s bumper and its function is to absorb the energy produced during collision or impact. Chapter 1 describes briefly on crash boxes and their characteristics. As mentioned earlier in Chapter 1, crash boxes are designed with or without patterns. Each one of the designs have different energy absorbing characteristic depending on the design and its patterns, shape, size, etc. Most crash boxes are designed with several grooves…

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There are many famous and influential mathematicians that have done many wondrous and extraordinary things, some of these range it Einstein, newton and to pascal. But one interesting one in particular is Pythagoras. Pythagoras is one of the many famous mathematicians that has lived on the earth. What he did in math helped shape math to what it is today. Some things he did was learn math and science as much as he could, create the useful Pythagoreanism, and help progress the advancement of…

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Archemetes the War Hero William Catanese Archimedes is considered one of the most known mathematicians, physicists, engineers, and inventors of ancient times. Although much of his life is unknown, he is still a great contributor to mathematics, in which he did modern calculus and associated mathematics to physical occurrences, Founding Hydro statistics, which include an exclamation of the principle of the liver. Archimedes has also originated an exact number for pie, explaining the spiral it's…

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The Magnet Cannon is a perplexing object to understand how the forces work, in this explanation I will explain how the forces and energy in the magnet cannon work. The purpose of the magnet cannon is to help show how kinetic and magnetic forces work. The magnet Cannon is an object composed of 5 balls a ruler and a magnet. One of the balls is placed on one side of the magnet (ball A), then the other 4 balls (balls B-D) go on the other side of the magnet, then the contraption is placed on a ruler.…

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Knighted Newton The chapter titled, Knighted Newton, is about famous mathematician and physicist, Sir Isaac Newton. Newton’s name is recognized by almost everyone today due to his math and scientific studies. In the world of mathematics he is known for creating the calculus. However, there are a few people who would disagree with that. Some people would argue that, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz is the man who created calculus and because of that there was a dispute that happened between the two…

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