Hi guys - recently in college we have done an experiment where we drop a ball from 10 different heights, and recorded the bounce height. Obviously all the results were tabulated, and then a graph produced. It turns out that the graph is linear, and I have worked out y=mx+c, so am able to predict the bounce height with just the initial height. I was just wondering if there is anything else I can explore from the results, other than just predicting the bounce height? Is there anything I can do that would test my calculus? (I'm living in the UK, so when I say college I mean A-Levels) Thanks! P.S. Also I am wondering how this fits in with Newton's Laws. I'm guessing his Third Law has particular relevance here?