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Explain how these principals connect to work done by Galileo or Newton.

In a two-page paper, identify the classical physics principles contained within the following scenario. Explain how these principals connect to work done by Galileo or Newton. Finally, consider the different fields in which Galileo and Newton did research, and give an example of one of these fields in use in your life. For instance, Newton developed the field of optics. If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you are using Newton’s physical optics theories every day. Aside from glasses or contacts, how do the theories of Newton or Galileo affect you in your daily life?
Scenario
Mandy took a trip to Rome, Italy. She gazed out over the open ocean 20,000 feet below as her airplane began its descent to her final destination. She could watch the Sun setting in the west. Over the Eastern horizon peeked a full moon, just rising, displaying its cratered face. As the plane neared the ground, Mandy could not help but think that she was in a giant metal object hurtling through the sky. Without the specific shape of its wings, the plane would fall to the ground no differently than a large metal projectile.
Reference have to be .gov or .edu (high quality source within the past 5 years)

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Physics

What does the initial velocity of the object tell you about the behavior of the object?

o describe in
words the interactions that explain the motion observed in the selected stage of your device. If you have not begun the design of a device, provide a reference to
a device that you have found. Your submission will describe qualitatively what is going on during the selected step and at the transitions to/from the neighboring
steps.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Step Selection: Select a step or stage in the Rube Goldberg device. Provide a concise descriiption of the step.
II. Selected Step
A. Initial Velocity: Calculate the initial velocity of the object in the selected step. What does the initial velocity of the object tell you about the
behavior of the object?
B. Velocity and Force Calculations: Calculate the change in velocity that would be observed based on kinematics and force principles. Then, use
Newton’s Second Law to calculate the force acting on the object.
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper should be submitted as a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font,
and one-inch margins.

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Physics

Develop the history of the subject including past and current applications

I have started this paper, but did not get very far – I am absolutely burnt out this semester, so I am hoping to just get this done. Here are the instructor’s guidelines below. Short Paper: Description: Produce a short written paper on a material or a materials related topic including the following items: 1. The topic and why it is important to the world including its relationship to construction, manufacturing, electronics or various other materials application areas. 2. Develop the history of the subject including past and current applications3. If a device or other phenomenon describe how it operates 4. What is the current state-of-the-art in the topic area 5. What does the future hold? The length of the short paper should not be more than 10 pages. The 10 pages includes: references, figures, tables, etc. Text may be single spaced, but no smaller than 10 pt. type. If you need to you can make it double column you can – but it is discouraged.