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Faster Than 'g'
# 1Q20.50


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Description: Place the ball in the holder. Pull the stick to release. The ball 'jumps' into the cup

Parts: faster than 'g' board, ping pong ball

Purchased/Built: built

Quant. in Demo Room: 1

Demo References
The Video Encyclopedia of Physics Demonstrations Disc 06-11 A ball at the end of a hinged stick falls into a cup mounted on the stick.
Hilton M-19k A ball on the end of a pivoting stick jumps into a cup. Includes TPT 3(7),323.
Sutton M-206 Diagram. Ball on the end of a falling stick jumps into a cup attached near the end of the stick.
Freier and Anderson My-6 A hinged incline with a ball on the end jumps into a cup a few inches down the board as the incline drops.
The American Journal of Physics AJP 52(12),1142 A ball at the end of a falling stick jumps into a cup.

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