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### MiniGolfHole

Course: SMG 224, Fall 2009
School: N. Arizona
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Hole Mini-Golf Activity On a clean sheet of paper, design a miniature golf hole that has at least one dog leg. Make a mark where the ball will start and mark the location of the hole. Using what we know about the reflection of light, waves, angles, etc. trace a possible path for a golf ball. The catch: your ball must make at least 3 bounces off the walls of your hole. You must use your protractor to label your...

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Hole Mini-Golf Activity On a clean sheet of paper, design a miniature golf hole that has at least one dog leg. Make a mark where the ball will start and mark the location of the hole. Using what we know about the reflection of light, waves, angles, etc. trace a possible path for a golf ball. The catch: your ball must make at least 3 bounces off the walls of your hole. You must use your protractor to label your angles and your angle measures must be accurate! Mini-Golf Activity Hole On a clean sheet of paper, design a miniature golf hole that has at least one dog leg. Make a mark where the ball will start and mark the location of the hole. Using what we know about the reflection of light, waves, angles, etc. trace a possible path fo...

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