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Dacy Buerkle showing off her billiard skills.

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On March 12, the physics class journeyed down to the Senior Citizens Center. After a little visiting, they uncovered the pool tables and racked the balls. They split into two groups: Trinity and Ashley were a team and they played Dean Alford. Jenna Paul and Dacy Buerkle competed against each other on the second pool table. After playing a few games, students started looking at the science and mathematical aspect of the game. In the classroom, they learned more about the elastic vs. inelastic collisions in the game of pool.

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