Sports Announcer:AND SHES SLIDING INTO HOME PLATE. DIRT IS CLOUDING AROUND HER, SLIDING FRICTION IS AT WORKKKKK!!!
Announcer:LETSSS RUMBLEEEEEGRAVITY IS REALLY PULLING THE FANS DOWN! THAT IS THE END OF THE GAME BULL DOGZ WIN!!!
NO, I will not leave! Ow what the heck was that for!
*Flings elastic hair tie at her brother*
In mostly every sports game you go to, there is always somebody sliding into the gorund! In this case, the softball player runs to home, but then slides at the end to gain momentum to extend her body outwards to get closer to home base.
Relax, mom told me to come check on you.Ugh, you're so annoying. I'm glad we repel and don't attract!
What are you doing in here! Have you ever heard of knocking?! Well since we are both children of mom and same's repel I think its time for you to leave
The whole stand shakes as the kids jump and gravity pulls them down FAST! This happens in every game as the crowd goes wild at one point shaking the stands! Ever wondered why? That's because gravity pulls them down hard and fast, towards the center of the Earth, according to the weight and height.
Stop rolling me! Plus, I already said GET OUT!!I'm telling dad!
Just relax! And go ahead, dad is on my side now!
Stop it! You're hurting me! DADDDD! Karley is pushing me!
It's after the big game and Karley is finally home and getting cleaned up. When she goes to the bathroom to tidy up and ties her hair, she realizes she doesn't have any hair ties, so she opens up a new pack when she flings it toward her brother. This happens because the new hair ties have much more elasticity, so they are MUCH stretchier!
THAT'S IT! GET OUT OF MY ROOM!*pushes brother out*
This hair tie is very stretchy! GET OUT OF HERE BROTHER! HAHA don't mess with the power of elastic force!
Karley and her younger brother, James, are technically considered the "same" as they come from the same parents. The way magnetism works is that opposite poles attract and the same ones repel. Because Karley and James are the same, they easily repel from each other. Even without the help from magnetism, we all know that this is what siblings do!
Rolling friction is in action here as the wheels on Karley's chair roll across the ground when James is pushing it. The wheels don't have much static friction which is why it is really easy to roll across the bedroom floor.
James won't budge unless Karley puts in a bunch of force to push him out, as he has static friction. Static friction is the friction that keeps objects in place. In this case, the static friction that keeps James from going out is in between him and the ground. Of course, with more force Karley gains control and shoves out the room!