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Fun in Physics

Fun in Physics

Allison Wills, Staff Writer

April 15, 2015

Freshmen Caleb Davis, Logan Marx and Henry Rasche work on a lab to learn about ramps through the Colorful Ramp Lab. In Cathy Whitaker’s Force and Motion class, students discovered how a ramp’s shape affected the speed of a marble. “[This class] takes science to a whole new level that makes it fun,”...

Freshman focus on forces

Freshman focus on forces

Bronte Segura, Staff Writer

March 31, 2015

Using a broom to push a bowling ball, freshman Andrew Yazdi explores forces in motion March 4 in Honors Physics. The goal was to demonstrate how different amounts of applied force do different things. "We had to push the bowling ball in a circle or as hard as we could then stop it," Yazdi said.

Losing your marbles

Losing your marbles

Sarah Burnham, Staff Writer

January 30, 2015

Freshmen Keriann Kixmiller, Vicky Marshall and Casey Glasby conduct their experiment on projectile velocity in Physics. Students allowed marbles to roll down the different, sloped ramps to determine how the angle of the ramps affect the marbles’ velocities. “This lab was one of my favorite labs because...

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