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1.04 Forces in Action 1. You will be helping Galileo perform the experiment to determine if objects with different mass fall at the same, or different, rates in the air and in a vacuum. Before you conduct your experiment, you need to form a hypothesis. Record your hypothesis here: My hypothesis is that 2 objects of disparate masses will drop to the floor at the same exact time. ________________________________________________________________________ 2. Record the results from step one of the experiment (dropping the objects in the air) : First trial: Not being in vacuum mode, the larger ball dropped to the floor first. Then, the feather swifted through the air slowly while the large ball dropped immediately. Second trial: Not being in vacuum mode, the large ball and the little ball dropped & hit the floor at the same time. Third trial: Not being in vacuum mode, the feather and the little ball dropped to the floor in two completely different ways at two different times. The feather went side to side through the air while the little ball hit the floor directly.
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