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this is the final report for PHYS1110 about the bouncing ball. the word count for this report is 1556

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Physics Physical universe Nature Energy Forms of energy Physical quantities Mechanics Potential energy Kinetic energy Mass Conservation of energy Gravity James Prescott Joule
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Physics Physical universe Nature Energy Forms of energy Physical quantities Mechanics Potential energy Kinetic energy Mass Conservation of energy Gravity James Prescott Joule
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