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PHYS 1 Harvard University Non Intuitive Results of Simple Experiments Discussion

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Some results of simple physics experiments conducted on planet Earth are not intuitive. Examples include determining the acceleration of a ball tossed upward at the point when its instantaneous vertical velocity is zero, and the time it takes two balls to hit the ground when they are tossed off the same horizontal surface at different initial horizontal velocities.

Discuss each of these results and provide the reasoning that explains the apparently non-intuitive outcomes.

Your paper should be 2-3 pages long and conform to APA-7. Provide support for your statements with in-text citations. Include at least two scholarly references in addition to the course textbook. T

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Non-Intuitive Results of Simple Experiments

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Non-Intuitive Results of Simple Experiments
Non-intuitive results can be defined as outcomes in simple experiments that are contrary
to people’s expectations. They tend to demonstrate how various laws of physics rely on
assumptions that make them not easily understood. Unlike the intuitive results, non-intuitive
results are unpredictable. The paper discusses some results of simple physics experiments
conducted on planet Earth that are not intuitive. They include determining the acceleration of a
ball tossed upward at the point when its instantaneous vertical velocity is zero, and the time it
takes two balls to hit the ground when they are tossed off the same horizontal surface at different
initial ho...

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