physics 107 paper 1

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Nolan Bradshaw Physics 107 Physics paper #1 October 11, 2010 Conservation of Mass While being in physics 107 we have conducted many experiments concerning the principles of physics and testing the laws behind physics to see how they can be applied to real life applications. I have tested many of the laws ranging from the basic principles of measuring a variety of magnitudes, Newton’s 2 nd and 3 rd laws, the laws of gravity all the way up to the conservation of momentum. Conservation of Momentum is the topic that I am most interested in. In physics one of the most powerful concepts of physics is the law revolving around the conservation of momentum. The conservation of momentum is seen in everyday experiences, most times unrealized. It involves two objects that interact with one another or collide and what is now called a “collision.” The forces that interact with the collision of the two objects are the basis of the conservation of momentum. This is all based upon the theory that the total
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