Projectile Science

Projectile Science

Author - Matthew Brenden Wood, Illustrator - Tom Casteel

Illustrator - Tom Casteel

Projectile Science
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Learn why projectiles follow the paths they do and what factors influence those paths.

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11-12
2-3 hours
126
Nomad Press
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 English
 9781619307100

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