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How Motion Happens All Around Us – Science Class – 11th Grade

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What do you find in common between music, animals, sports and physics? It’s not a joke, students from 11th grade found out how is physics a connection to understand how motion happens all around us. By reading this magazine you will understand how torque and rotational motion are part of our daily activities like riding a bike or playing piano. These physical concepts are even important for sustainability! The spectacle bear uses them to climb trees and maintain an ecosistémica equilibrium in the High Andean forest. Enjoy!

María del Pilar Tunarroza Sierra Natural and Environmental Science Director

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Resumen:¿Qué hay en común entre la música, los animales, los deportes y la física? No es una broma, los estudiantes de 10º Grado descubrieron cómo la física es una conexión para entender cómo el movimiento ocurre a nuestro alrededor. Al leer esta revista entenderán cómo el torque y el movimiento de rotación forman parte de nuestras actividades diarias, como montar en bicicleta o tocar el piano. Estos conceptos físicos son incluso importantes para la sostenibilidad. El oso de anteojos los utiliza para trepar a los árboles y mantener un equilibrio ecosistémico en el bosque altoandino. ¡Que lo disfruten!

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