Subject: When bungee jumping, why is it as damaging to hit cement as water?
Date: Sat Jan 30 17:02:07 1999
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Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
I am doing a physics project on bungee jumping. I have plenty of information
on elasticity, but I do not have anything on the differences of hitting the
ground or on hitting water. they say water is just as bad because of surface
tension. Could you please ecplain why and offers ideas on how to describe it
incorporating with bungee jumping.
Re: When bungee jumping, why is it as damaging to hit cement as water?
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