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Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab

Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab
Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab
Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab
Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab
Newton's first law of motion (Inertia) Lab
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In this lab, students will roll a car with a piece of clay on top, down a ramp and into a roadblock. When the car hits the roadblock, students will observe that the clay demonstrates inertia because it flies off the car and wants to keep going. Then, students will test different heights of the ramp to see how this affects the clay’s inertia and distance. Finally, students will use their knowledge of inertia to explain why we should wear seat belts in our car.
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