The Egg-speriments

Ana Brunk and Tabitha Graves are currently in the lead in the egg drop competition with a contraption that protected an egg dropped from five meters. Students from three classes, 3-d Art, Conceptual Physics, and AP Physics, are partaking in this experiment to find out the best way to design a landing pad for an egg. They were given 10 sheets of A4 paper and 2 meters of tape to create a design that could prevent an egg from cracking when dropped. Evans Ti comes in second with a landing pad that received an unbroken egg from a meter and a half. Unfortunately, the AP physics class has not tested out their designs yet – will the two juniors keep their lead?

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