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Photo essay: Students rocket to success in Physics

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You had to keep your eyes on the skies during a recent class at Englewood High. Students in Introduction to Physics, led by teacher Rosemary Wulf, spent the class time out in the back fields launching air pressure rockets. It was fun for them, but they also needed to use trigonometry to measure how high the rocket launched. It was also needed to calculate how fast the rock launched using the concepts of energy.

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