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How much does air resistance affect a Nerf gun and a swinging bowling ball? This physics lesson explores experiments and calculations to figure it out!
How does a pulley system make it easier to lift something? In this physics lesson for beginners, learn about work, and how it relates to force and distance.
Why do hiking trails zig-zag up a mountain rather than going straight up? In this hands-on physics lesson learn why by reviewing the basic formula for power!
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