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By :Gilbert Fulton
I hypothesize that the sand will have the most affect on the dropped ball
Independent Variable: The type of surface the ball is being dropped on Dependent Variable: The height of the ball after being dropped on the surface
The height the ball is dropped The same ball The same conditions when I experiment The same amount of force The same metric units used
Potential energy Elastic Friction Air resistance Gravity
The sand did have the most affect on the dropped ball,so my hypothesis was correct.
By: Gilbert Fulton I hypothesize that the soccer ball will have the most affect on the dropped ball.
I hypothesize that the soccer ball will have the most affect.
Independent variable: The type of ball. Dependent variable: Does the type affect the bounce of a dropped ball.
The height the ball is being dropped at The type of surface The same conditions while testing The same force being used The metric units used
Potential energy Elastic Air resistance Gravity Friction
The soccer ball had the most affect and my hypothesis was correct.
By: Gilbert Fulton
I hypothesize that the football will have the most affect
Independent variable: The sizes of the ball Dependent variable: The affect of the ball being dropped
The type of surface The height the ball is being dropped at The same metric units used The same force applied Experimenting in the same conditions
Elastic Gravity Air resistance Friction Potential energy
The basketball had the most affect and my hypothesis was incorrect.
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