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9. You are a defensive coach for a NFL team. Apply the principles of impulse and/or momentum to tell how you would protect your players, then what you are looking for in a defensive lineman.
10. You work for a NASCAR team. Apply the principles of impulse and/or momentum to develop something or improve something about the car to protect the driver.
11. You work for a NASCAR team. Apply the principles of impulse and/or momentum to develop something or improve something about the helmet system to protect the driver.
12. You work for a NASCAR team. Apply the principles of impulse and/or momentum to develop something or improve something about the walls around the track to protect the driver.
13. Apply Newton’s 1 st Law to develop something or improve something about the car, harness, helmet, or walls around the track to protect the driver.
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be absorbed by the initial layer and soften the crash to the second layer. This would give the walls sort of an airbag effect to lower the force of impact.

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