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Need help with collecting data for a student project

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 1:35pm 0 Comments

Hi all,


I need help collecting data for a student project. My student is looking to see if there is a relationship between the speed someone is traveling on a long board (which is a type of skateboard) and how quickly they can stop.


Please ask them to watch the following video so they get an idea of how it works. They will need to be able to record their own video of themselves and add their data to the form linked…
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