High schoolers observe linear motion using a bouncing ball. They use motion detectors and graphing calculators to graph the motion of a bouncing ball, compare calculations with experimental results, and fit your data using the quadratic equation.
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New Review Stacked Ball Drop
Can you get a golf ball to bounce 28 feet high? The video demonstrates the impressive bounce of a stacked ball drop. After explaining the physics of the ball drop and bounce, the video relates it to supernovas. The science content comes...
4 mins 6th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable