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A student asked why an egg doesn't break when dropped into jello. Your response was excellent explaining that it has everything to do with inertia and density. However, if the student were to actually set this lab up and take measurements, what would should they measure? How would they measure the inertia? Thank you, Brian Henry [Moderator adds: This question seems to be referring to this answer (1334020632.Ph). -SM]
Re: What should a student measure in the Jello Egg Drop Lab?
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