Subject: When you line up a bunch of balls, why does the top one bounce high?
Date: Mon Jan 24 17:52:55 2000
Posted by Greg Baribeau
Grade level: 4-6
School: École Frère André
City: London State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Physics
My dad told my that if you line up nine balls and have them bounce one on
top of the other (simotaniously) that the top on will bounce into space.
He doesn't remember how to calculate that or from how high. Do the balls
have to be diffrent sizes? How do you calculate that?
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