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The Almost Incredible Machine By: Scott Cramer and Warren Edmunds. The Dominoes. The falling dominoes provide the initial kinetic energy in the system. They push the golfball and allow it to utilize its gravitational potential energy. The Track.

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The almost incredible machine by scott cramer and warren edmunds
The Almost Incredible MachineBy: Scott Cramer and Warren Edmunds


The dominoes
The Dominoes

The falling dominoes provide the initial kinetic energy in the system. They push the golfball and allow it to utilize its gravitational potential energy.


The track
The Track

The ball rolls down the track because of its gravitational potential energy.


The trigger
The Trigger

The counterweight is held in place on a see-saw like setup by a small carefully placed piece of balsa wood. When the ball hits the stick, it releases the counterweight. And lifts the 1kg mass.


Conclusion
Conclusion

Requirements

*Precise measurements and close attention to detail

*Cooperation and communication between group members

Problems Encountered

*Not enough precision

*Finding good working project design


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