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    My EPQ is based on the trajectory of the projectile in a fluid more specifically the trajectory of a football.

    I have just realized that everyone is doing it and I am here with my finished project and do not know what to do. How can I make it more personal and not start again!
    Please help
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    My EPQ is based on the trajectory of the projectile in a fluid more specifically the trajectory of a football.

    I have just realized that everyone is doing it and I am here with my finished project and do not know what to do. How can I make it more personal and not start again!
    Please help
    Should I maybe integrate the equation and find the area under the curve? My main idea is to see whether there is difference between a light and a heavy ball!
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    Hello
    My EPQ is based on the trajectory of the projectile in a fluid more specifically the trajectory of a football.

    I have just realized that everyone is doing it and I am here with my finished project and do not know what to do. How can I make it more personal and not start again!
    Please help
    Should I maybe integrate the equation and find the area under the curve? My main idea is to see whether there is difference between a light and a heavy ball!
    Why on Earth did everybody pick that as theirEPQ?!

    Surely the teachers wouldn't allow everybody doing the same thing?
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Why on Earth did everybody pick that as theirEPQ?!

    Surely the teachers wouldn't allow everybody doing the same thing?
    I mean it is not my school specifically but in other schools also
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    (Original post by BioOx)
    I mean it is not my school specifically but in other schools also
    how do you know other people are doing it
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    (Original post by Anfanny)
    Integration And différentiation twice
    Could you elaborate on that a bit
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    how do you know other people are doing it
    A friend of mine from the other school told be
    AND I found similar samples on the internet
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    (Original post by BioOx)
    Could you elaborate on that a bit
    Your max points should be different got two different masses of balls
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    (Original post by Anfanny)
    Your max points should be different got two different masses of balls
    Yes I know that
    But what should I do with the equation, just integrate it and ...
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    Compare the two values obtain es from each of The tests. Maybe even find max PE or KE??
 
 
 
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