- Alex and Mike let an air track glider accelerate down an inclined track and fly off of the table, predicting where it would land (and placing a catch box there to protect my expensive gliders!).
Here are some videos of their attempts:
Success! (They realized that the end of the track has no air holes and slows the cart down a bit)
- Haley and RJ tried to predict the amount that an air track bumper would compress while reversing the cart's motion. They figured out that the rubber band isn't a linear spring, which colors their results a bit.
A screenshot from them using Logger Pro and a video of the cart's turnaround to find the amount that the rubber band bent: