About my video(1 st Example) <ul><li>I was hitting the ball with different amounts of force (hard ,medium ,and small) and the more force I put forth the farther the ball went. Then I measured how far the ball went and recorded. With the hard hit I got one hundred thirty three point seven, the medium amount of force I got one hundred sixteen point three and the small amount of force I got fifty six point 3. You will see my graph in the next following slides. </li></ul>
2 nd Example <ul><li>If I want to get my sister out of my room and I used a small force to push her out, she will not leave. Then if I use a large amount of force, she will get mad at me and leave. </li></ul>
3 rd example <ul><li>If a professional wrestler wanted to knock somebody down, he would have to use a large amount of force. But, if the wrestler tried to knock someone down with a small amount of force, the man wouldn’t fall over. </li></ul>
Resources I used <ul><li>Forces and Motion-call number 531 </li></ul><ul><li>Classroom.jc-schools.net/sci-units/force.htm </li></ul><ul><li>http://wings.avkids.com/Curriculums/Forces_Motion/ </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><li>When you hit the ball with a greater force, the farther it goes. </li></ul><ul><li>MAY THE FORCE BY WITH YOU !!!!!!!!!! </li></ul>
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