When all three are combined and shaped into a ball, it is supposed to be solid, rubbery and bouncy. The ball is also supposed to be resistant to extreme environmental conditions, including heat, cold, aridity and humidity. Methods First measure out the following samples: Table 1: Each mixture has varying amounts of chemicals. Then mix them together in a beaker and form the mixture into a ball. Then test the ball by bouncing it on the table; observe its properties and record the results.
Use the ramp to push the ball slowly through the Accessory Photogate, as shown in Figure 3.2. Determine the point at which the ball first triggers the Photogate Timer—this is the first point at which the LED turns ON—and mark it on the paper. Then determine the point at which the ball last triggers the timer, and mark this point also. Measure the distance between these marks and record this distance as Dd. Replace the ramp as in Figure 3.1.
The second step is your body balance. Your body and its center of gravity should be between your feet prior to shooting the basketball. The third thing to shooting is body flex. Your knees, ankles, elbows, wrists, should be bent prior to shooting the basketball. You should be bent so you will have good balance for your shot.
Imagery is when the author uses words to make you create a mental image. There are many uses of imagery in the poem for example, in the first stanza, Bottoms creates the image of a batter in baseball by describing this person getting ready to bat “as your left hand climbed the bat, your legs and shoulders squared toward the pitcher”. He’s giving the feeling that you’re the batter, that through hard work sacrifice & practice, he reaches his goal of getting an opportunity in the spotlight. That’s how the author uses imagery in his poem to again prove that practice makes perfect. So as stated before, practice makes perfect.
Part Two: This part of the lab was to hit Mr. Bill with the projectile as he was sitting on the floor. First, the distance between the projectile launcher and Mr. Bill (3.5m) was given by Mr. Neenan. Next, the given velocity from part one (6.27 m/s) was used to solve for the angle needed to hit Mr. Bill. Once the angle was found, the projectile launcher was placed on the ground 3.5m away from Mr. Bill and the projectile was fired. Part Three: This part of the lab was to hit Mr. Bill with the projectile while he was elevated off the ground.
Take one of the pieces and crumple it into a small pillow-like ball. Then soak it in the bowl of glaze. This applicator should be very wet but not dripping. You will need to rewet as your work. On the Palette: Antique Gold Apply the Antique Gold diagonally, starting in the bottom left hand corner and take it to roughly 2/3 of the length, ending with a diagonal edge.
Perform a flicking motion as if your hand is a small spring, bringing back the hand now is readying you for the forward thrusting motion. You should repeat this motion over and over until you are comfortable with this motion. Preferably 25 times. 2 It is simply to pair up and make 50 backhand and 50 sidearm throws to each other over 5-10m. (changing ends after 50 if windy)
The most important thing to get value from this drill is the way in which you do it!