We are the same Swedish team competing in a worldwide Young Physicists tournament for K-12 students.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

We're currently getting a grasp of the formulas involved and meanwhile we need a way to prove them.

Or initial idea is to create some sort of catapult with which we can slung a stone at a specific angle and with a specific force. Then we study its properties after an initial skip.

Any ideas on how the expermient could be conducted and also how properties after initial jump could be gathered would be very helpful.

//Aleks

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# Homework Help: Skipping stones

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