Updated: 9/10/2020

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- She flips so fast! I wish I could flip like that.
- How? I practice all day and I'm still slower!
- The only reason she's faster is because she has less mass than you.
- You can!
- Hey Sierra, early you told me that I have a greater mass than Brianna. What does that mean?
- By mass I meant you have more weight than her. Because she is so light makes it easier for her to flip so fast.
- So I'm fat?!?!
- Heavier?!
- What?! NO! That's not what I said! I'm saying that you just have a little bit more meat on you that's all.
- I mean... Juicier! You are juicer than Brianna.
- Amy wishes she was as fast as Brianna. Sierra tells Amy she can, and even though she practices she can still be slower because of her mass.
- I'm sorry.Finish now.
- When you have more mass, you also need to use more force. When you use more force you can go as fast as Bri.
- Force?
- Hey you didn't let me finish telling you about mass yesterday.
- Amy asks Sierra what she meant by mass and Sierra explains.
- Remember use more force!
- The greater the mass, the greater the force you have to use!
- Yeah you did!!! You wanna know what all that force and mass stuff was?
- Amy and Sierra get "into it" at the public park.
- It's called Newton's Second Law of Motion.
- Cool! I learn something new everyday! Thanks Sierra!
- I did it! And I did it fast! SOOO FAST!!!
- Sure!
- Sierra explains to Amy what Force is.
- Well, I think I can do that, lets try!
- Yes, In other words, more strength.
- Sierra is telling Amy to use more force because she has more mass.
- Its when the greater the mass, the greater amount of force you use, and the least acceleration.
- Sierra is telling Amy the definition of Newton's Second Law of Motion and what it is... Let's just say these girls killed it at the competition!