Subject: what does an egg drop project have to do with physics?
Date: Tue Jan 5 17:12:09 1999
Posted by Vastye Davis
Grade level: 10-12
School: John W. Hallahan
City: Phila State/Province: PA
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Physics
For physics class I'm doing an egg drop. I must build a
container out of flat toothpicks and glue weighing no more than
nine grams and drop it from two meters and hope my egg doesn't
break. Why flat toothpicks?
Can you please give a list of websites that you might recommend
for doing research on this. Thanks.
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