I don’t think we were supposed to answer the questions, but I thought a few of them seemed important enough for me to respond to them. First, for the most part, I achieved my goal of understanding the concept of my topic (sort of). I definitely want to come and meet with you to talk about it just to get a more watered down version of the already watered down articles/websites I’ve been looking at. But I think I get it. Second, this is a rough outline for how my posterboard will look/what it will include. Obviously, it won’t include all of these things, there isn’t enough space but as I do more research, I’ll be able to figure out what’s truly important. Lastly, I wanted to let you know that I don’t plan on typing up an intro/conclusion to put on the posterboard (which is what this is the outline for), but I will definitely write one for the presentation.

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http://www.studyphysics.ca/2007/30/06_forces_fields/07_insulcond.pdf

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The Theory of Everything (might be wayyy to general)

Superstring Theory/String theory

Quantum Entanglement

The Many Worlds Theory

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Question 4: Sue’s bike wheels have a greater rotational speed than Dan’s because her wheels are smaller, even though they are traveling at the same speed. Because her wheels are smaller, they will make a rotation more often than Dan’s wheels will. Therefore, her rotational speed is greater.

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Work: when a force moves an object (causes displacement). Work= force•distance

From the equations above, it can be mathematically calculated that:

distance (mass•change in momentum)=work•time

The relationship between these two objects is that in order for an object to have a change in momentum, it must have work done to it.

The force exerted on the cart is equal to the mass• acceleration.

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Energy=h*frequency=( 4.545 E14 Hertz)*(6.6 E-34 J*s)= 3 E-19 J

Energy= 3 E-19 J

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