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frown.gif Philips knows that I only have 1 friend.
Nope, just kidding. Philips doesn't know that I don't have any friends on Facebook now. biggrin.gif
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Anyone have ideas on a good.. But elementary high school ap level physics experiment?

Basically, I need to theoretically /mathematically prove an event happening. And then experiment to confirm my results. To see if the experimental matches the theoretical.

Example of last lab: we tried to find if mass effects terminal velocity. Etc.

This experiment has to involve "work" (energy etc)
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Nope, just kidding. Philips doesn't know that I don't have any friends on Facebook now. biggrin.gif
 

Oh I did not know that Seattle is an Irish colony.

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Anyone have ideas on a good.. But elementary high school ap level physics experiment?

Basically, I need to theoretically /mathematically prove an event happening. And then experiment to confirm my results. To see if the experimental matches the theoretical.

Example of last lab: we tried to find if mass effects terminal velocity. Etc.

This experiment has to involve "work" (energy etc)
Penny vs feather drop in a vacuum tube amplifier?
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Penny vs feather drop in a vacuum tube amplifier?

A bit too simple...
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Anyone have ideas on a good.. But elementary high school ap level physics experiment?

Basically, I need to theoretically /mathematically prove an event happening. And then experiment to confirm my results. To see if the experimental matches the theoretical.

Example of last lab: we tried to find if mass effects terminal velocity. Etc.

This experiment has to involve "work" (energy etc)

A 120mm / L55 main gun with various charge, different projectile fired. Very exciting.

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Actually my Nexus 4 can get almost 2 days on a full charge now that I have CM11 on it.

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That would be me, I have my seedbox seeding it with all its might from back home.

Woo~ hopefully you get the entire thing in your hands by the end of today.
I already have it downloading, I'm FTPing it to my desktop now. biggrin.gif
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I hate how on pretty much everything other than iOS devices, you can never turn the brightness down enough to comfortably use them in the dark.
Agreed. Pain in the eyes.

Nice wall of text btw.
Lol thanks xD
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I hate how on pretty much everything other than iOS devices, you can never turn the brightness down enough to comfortably use them in the dark.
Agreed. Pain in the eyes.

Nice wall of text btw.
Jailbreak it and install f.lux. biggrin.gif
It doesn't reduce the brightness, but a red colour correction curve makes it much easier to read stuff.
I just said everything other than iOS. Your method only works on iOS. XD
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Yeah, I noticed that too lol, it's because I plugged it into my computer for about 15 minutes to update my music.

Ehh I dunno about that 16:10 display though, I think 4:3 is still better for reading manga IMO.
And the Android battery thingy only shows you how long your tablet has been on, not how long it's been active. That thing in iOS shows you how long it's been running when you're actually using it.

android does too...here ya go.

1 day 18h 40m is when i unplugged it from full charge

and a roughly a little over 5 hours on screen on time with 39% of charge left.  I just prefer Android, easier for me to watch anime and read manga.  That and its cheaper.  Full HD with a pretty great screen, 32gb, wireless charging and under 200.  Yeah its a no brainer for me.





That's what I was waiting for lol. The first value of 24 hours was my screen on time and the second was the total time. tongue.gif

I like Android more too.
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Penny vs feather drop in a vacuum tube amplifier?

A bit too simple...
Box being pulled on ice vs on sandpaper? Unless you haven't covered coefficient of friction yet.

2 balls going in opposite directions colliding, or 2 balls sticking together?
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Nope, just kidding. Philips doesn't know that I don't have any friends on Facebook now. biggrin.gif

 
Oh I did not know that Seattle is an Irish colony.
Huh?
I'm pretty sure it's British if my memory from northwest history class is correct...
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

Anyone have ideas on a good.. But elementary high school ap level physics experiment?

Basically, I need to theoretically /mathematically prove an event happening. And then experiment to confirm my results. To see if the experimental matches the theoretical.

Example of last lab: we tried to find if mass effects terminal velocity. Etc.

This experiment has to involve "work" (energy etc)
Prove gravity with a potato gun!
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

Anyone have ideas on a good.. But elementary high school ap level physics experiment?

Basically, I need to theoretically /mathematically prove an event happening. And then experiment to confirm my results. To see if the experimental matches the theoretical.

Example of last lab: we tried to find if mass effects terminal velocity. Etc.

This experiment has to involve "work" (energy etc)

 

Prove that a projectile's (when launched and landed at the same elevation) time of rise is equal to its fall.  

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Best strap ever. Gonna dump all that annoying coins in it too.

 

x3

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Huh?
I'm pretty sure it's British if my memory from northwest history class is correct...


Oh Wizard Baristers....you are trying to be too many things at the same time.

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Katawa Shoujo on Android hates small screens. frown.gif

It's on Android? I'm getting it.

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Prove gravity with a potato gun!

Drop the gun on someone's head.

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Huh?

I'm pretty sure it's British if my memory from northwest history class is correct...

That's the Flagfox add-on for Firefox. It basically has a flag icon indicating where the website's server is. Facebook happens to have one in Ireland. XD

Head-Fi's is in Texas, USA. 'Merica!
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