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Pas De Deux - Physics Questions
This paper addresses several physics questions.
# 133489 | 750 words | 3 sources | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Physics (General)

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The paper presents a story about a ballerina with various paragraphs containing references to the physics involved in a ballerina's actions. The paper gives six specific questions relating to specific paragraphs in the reading. For each, the laws of Newton or Einstein are identified and applied to explain the ballerina's actions. The paper explains the ballerina's actions through Newton's Laws of motion and gravity and Einstein's laws of relativity.

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""...On pointe, the ballerina's weight is precisely balanced by the push of floor against shoe, the molecules in contact squeezed just the right amount to counter force with equal force. Gravity balanced with electricity." (Question 1, Paragraph 2) There are four fundamental forces in the universer: * The "strong nuclear force" (which holds the nuclei of an atom together). * The "weak nuclear force" (which is responsible for radioactive decay). * The "electromagnetic force" (which was later discovered to be the same..."

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