Subject: is energy transmitted differently through differently shaped objects?
Date: Tue Jan 26 18:06:26 1999
Posted by marina moran
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: norfolk State/Province: va
Area of science: Physics
suppose you have two 4"by4" boxes. one has styrofoam balls in it
and an egg, the other one styrofoam cubes in it and an egg. if
you drop the boxes, is energy transmitted through the shapes
differently, which causes one egg to break and not the other?
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