Explaining Gravity Trials <ul><li>I am trying to find out how gravity effects mass. What I’m going to do is compare objects with different masses. I am going to time the object when I drop it, measure the height I dropped it from, and divide distance and time. </li></ul>
Trial 1! <ul><li>1 st Trial I’m going to take to take a soccer ball and drop it The height was 100 cm. The time was 1.36 seconds. The speed was 73 cm per second. </li></ul>
Trial 2! <ul><li>The 2 nd Trial I used a baseball and dropped it from 100cm. The time was .55 seconds. The speed was 155 cm per second. </li></ul>
Trial 3! <ul><li>The 3 rd Trial I am going to use a rubber ball. The height is 100cm. The time was 1.03 seconds. The speed was 116 cm per second. </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><li>The bigger the mass the more gravity takes effect on the object. </li></ul>
Resources <ul><li>Book: Force and Motion </li></ul><ul><li>www.Wikipedia.com </li></ul><ul><li>www.ask.com </li></ul>
Other Facts About Gravity <ul><li>When certain stars stop shining it eventually collapses. If a star is three times bigger than the sun when it collapses it will form a object called a black hole. Black holes have the strongest pull of gravity. Its so strong that even light, the fastest thing in the universe, can not escape. </li></ul>
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