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This is the Team MBA Ball Drop page.
 
This is the Team MBA Ball Drop page.
  
=== The Team ===
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== The Team ==
 
* [[User:Dredelm1 | Daniel Redelmeier]]
 
* [[User:Dredelm1 | Daniel Redelmeier]]
 
* [[User:Egluck1 | Erin Gluck]]
 
* [[User:Egluck1 | Erin Gluck]]
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* [[User:jkarol1 | Jess Karol]]
 
* [[User:jkarol1 | Jess Karol]]
  
=== Brainstorming ===
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== Brainstorming ==
  
 
Our group initially played around with several ideas, including a parachute, a catapult, a ramp (using the wooden rods), a zipline (using the duct tape), or a combination of these. We eventually eliminated the parachute idea since we thought it would not be efficient for maximizing horizontal distance. In the end, we decided on a zipline since we thought that it would allow the tennis ball to go the farthest.
 
Our group initially played around with several ideas, including a parachute, a catapult, a ramp (using the wooden rods), a zipline (using the duct tape), or a combination of these. We eventually eliminated the parachute idea since we thought it would not be efficient for maximizing horizontal distance. In the end, we decided on a zipline since we thought that it would allow the tennis ball to go the farthest.
  
=== Design Process ===
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== Design Process ==
  
== Initial Design ==
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=== Initial Design ===
  
== Results and Modification ==
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=== Results and Modification ===
  
  
  
=== Final Results ===
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== Final Results ==

Revision as of 23:38, 16 September 2012

This is the Team MBA Ball Drop page.

The Team

Brainstorming

Our group initially played around with several ideas, including a parachute, a catapult, a ramp (using the wooden rods), a zipline (using the duct tape), or a combination of these. We eventually eliminated the parachute idea since we thought it would not be efficient for maximizing horizontal distance. In the end, we decided on a zipline since we thought that it would allow the tennis ball to go the farthest.

Design Process

Initial Design

Results and Modification

Final Results