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Power Play: An Activity About Capturing Power

Power Play: An Activity About Capturing Power How can you wind walk a dog? How can a bicycle cut a log? These experiments can be conducted here by placing the correct parts between the source of power and the desired result. American Association for the Advancement of Science • Learning
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Power Play: An Activity About Capturing Power


How can you wind walk a dog? How can a bicycle cut a log? These experiments can be conducted here by placing the correct parts between the source of power and the desired result.

American Association for the Advancement of Science

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• Elementary School

Mark Hannah

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