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Six and a half of the required ten and a half 300- and 400-level PHYS courses must be taken in residence at Binghamton University. Vertically. (b) Here a series of times flash photos shows that a dropped red ball and a yellow ball projected horizontally from the same height at the same time fall vertically at the same rate. the ball continues to move horizontally at 2. A fulcrum can be designed with very low friction, but it will almost never reach a friction of zero in a mechanical lever.

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