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"Tom and Jerry" Physics

AICE Physics Cartoon Project

Sarah Wu

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of "Tom and Jerry" Physics

By Sarah Wu, Sophie Penn, Jannis Lim, Ambica Chopra "Tom and Jerry" Physics Do's and Don't's Exhibit A: "Muscle Beach" Exhibit B: Events 1-5 Exhibit C: Events 6-13 Exhibit E: Event 8 Exhibit D: Event 5 Exhibit F: Event 12 What's Wrong:

This action breaks the 1st law, which states than an object remains at rest when it is at rest, but an object in motion remains in motion. THE END!!! What's wrong with this picture:

This action breaks the 3rd law because the force exerted by the banana peel should not be enough to knock Tom's whole jaw out in mid-air. Situation: Jerry knocks out Tom's teeth and gum (mouth and jaw) with a banana peel In Reality:

The banana peel would be an insulting and vaguely painful slap on Tom's face, but no teeth would fall out. What's wrong:

This action breaks the 3rd law because the cat is not exerting an equal and opposite force on the weight. Situation:

Tom is floating in mid-air by the power of 4 balloons stuffed into his swimsuit In Reality:

The balloon should not have had enough power to lift Tom's body weight into mid-air. Situation:

Tom grabs the black cat's tail while attached to an elastic force and is allowed to pause for 2-3 seconds before the force drags them back In Reality:

Tom should be allowed to pause for 2 seconds before being catapulted back by the elastic force of the band.
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