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  1. Nov 4, 2003 #1
    hi...i am laila,
    I am quite young for this forum coz half of the things went above my head
    I entered this site through google while searching for something...actually i am in 12th grade. i need to do a physics project in which i can make anything related to physics..can anyone please suggest a cool thing which has a simple apparatus and is not time consuming..
    i will really be grateful
    laila
     
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  3. Nov 4, 2003 #2
    'make anything related to physics' is a bit broad isn't it?
    There must be more guidlines than that.... (Also, us 'foreigners' don't know what age '12 grade' is!)

    Consider.. a motor, a speaker, an alarm system.........???????
     
  4. Nov 4, 2003 #3
    Grade 12 is the last year before university, so it's about age 17-18.
     
  5. Nov 4, 2003 #4
    yah right i am 17 yrs old..but nething related to physics in the sense tht something like an alarm..but then i cant find a proper site..or proper..anything..i am out of ideas
     
  6. Nov 4, 2003 #5
    Anything Else?

    Nothing?

    cause these sites ARE really good actually.
     
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  7. Nov 4, 2003 #6
    Re: Anything Else?

    thnks alot for the help though u cudnt help much coz it was a bit too advanced..i need something simple..like based on electric and magnetic concepts...something to make like a burgular alarm and stuff..but i want something cool! easy and not time consuming
     
  8. Nov 4, 2003 #7
    Re: Re: Anything Else?

    There are lots of interesting links about electric and magnetic phenomena here,

    http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/

    but it's a disorganized site, so you may have to search around a lot to find something good.

    Maybe you could try building an electromagnet or an electric generator or something ...
     
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