Chocolate Delivery - Science Period 3

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  • After talking with her with reasonable explanations into why I should get the job I saw on TV,s he mom finally agreed but told her to make sure that it was safe and that they would have some other employee come with me to delivery too so that I wouldn't meet strangers
  • Yesss! Mom look! Can...Can I PLEASE!
  • You know you are going to have to use force to carry all the boxes of chocolates!
  • I had gotten the job and was so excited. Even tho I shouted to my mom, my 66-year old neighbor responded. My mom came later forgetting that I had ever screamed and just hugged me and congratulating me.
  • CONGRATULATIONS!
  • Omg, MOM I GOT THE JOB! - Thank you!
  • That is when I got my first assignment, to deliver mystery chocolate boxes to 100 houses in a wagon by 9pm. It was already 5 so we would only have 3 hrs since we have to make sure all the chocolate get into the wagon in the right way.
  • Mr. Bulkerson there seems to be something wrong with the trucks today and we can't order b/c it's a holiday.
  • The only way is the wagon but there's no one who would be willing to do it.
  • Umm.. I'll do it
  • It might be a lot of mass so be careful
  • We got our first set of 25 houses done in an hour. I thought we weren't going to make it on time but Tom (on of the guys helping out) said that we should take a 10 minute break. We did and went back on track for the delivery.
  • We were going at a speed of 1 mile per hour. I had a hard time calculating how much force it would take to reach home on time.
  • I think we could do it till exactly 9pm, ma’am
  • I agree if we get 25 house each mile with our speed increasing as our mass is decreasing then we can reach there on time
  • We took a 10 minute break every time and I realized that we were going 15 minutes faster from each set of 25 houses. The two guys had less mass which meant that there acceleration was going faster which saved me a lot of time.
  • I think we are doing good so far.
  • Come on let's not get distracted
  • Yeah I agree
  • I got back home at 9pm and was thankful for Tom and Bob (the other guy also had a nametag). They were right when saying that Force does equal mass times acceleration. This is where the force was them, the mass was the boxes of chocolates, and the acceleration being there speed. I think that Force equals mass times acceleration can mean a lot of things.
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