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Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science Instructions Create your own pancake flipping force diagrams. Must: Add arrows to represent pairs of forces. Decide whether the forces are balanced or unbalanced. Should: Add text boxes to name the forces. Could: Represent the size of the forces by the length of the arrows. Why not add animations to make your pancake flipping come to life?
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 1. Pancake in the pan Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 2. Pancake moving up. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 3. Pancake stuck on ceiling. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 4. Pancake moving down. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
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