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For my science fair project this year I'm investigating whether two objects will fall the same speed even if one is hit sideways. I think the ball that is hit sideways will hit first but my dad says to wait until we test it. He says we need to build a test machine that will hit one ball and drop the other at the same time. This seems pretty hard to make. Are there any plans or pictures of test machines that we can copy? Is there an easier way to test this? I won third place last year at the science fair and I'm hoping I can do better this time. Thank-you, Mark
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