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Erika Said:Please Momentum-Impulse physics problem Middle School?
We Answered:m1v1 +m2v2=m1v'1+m2v'2
m1(4.75)+ 0= m1(2.60)+100(2.60)
Ken Said:Can anyone help me think of a good middle school science project for physics?
We Answered:American Scientific Surplus has a build your own motor kit that would be great idea. They also sell solar cells so you can do a project with those. You can use the motor kit to hook up blades and study a windmill, they have equipment for that as well. They also have a kit to build an electronic eye and a lot of other things (http://www.sciplus.com/).
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Andy Said:People who know about middle school physics only!!!!!!!!?
We Answered:The car was travelling at 75 x 60 kmph.
It took him 4.2 seconds to slow down.
Using that information you should be able to work out the answer.
I do not supply instant answers, but the guidelines as to how to work out the answer.
Bob Said:What do i have to do to get into honors physics in high school?
We Answered:well when u go into high school u will get a course selection sheet. There, you will be able to pick all of your classes.
Edwin Said:Need help with middle school physics (related to Hooke's law and elongation of spring and tension force)?
We Answered:20N = 16 cm
10N = 14 cm
so extra 10N stretches 2 cm . take this off the 10N loaded spring gives no load and 12 cm