For his physics project, Tyler Jaegers shot an arrow and recorded it. He then determined the speed and curvature of the flight of the arrow.
Photo by Julie Smith.
How can a swimmer make the most of their entry dive? How does the Doppler Effect really work?
Helias High School senior Sarah Stewart asks her teacher, Tim Backes, questions while studying the Doppler effect of a siren sound.
These are but a few questions seniors at Helias Catholic High School chose to answer for their final in Tim Backes’ Physics I class.
His first year at the school, Backes amped up the class to emphasize the hands-on experiment learning that gave the math calculations more sense, he said.
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