# Ingravidez en la caida libre

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COLEGIO BILINGÜE INTEGRAL CBI

Making Non-gravity effect on free fall with simple objects

Por:
Luis Miguel Botero Vélez
Julian Alfonso Cortes

Summary

In these report we are goingto make emphasis in the procedure and the investigation of the project or experiment we are doing so we are going to talk about the points we have to pass to finally present the project on November8th of 2011.
So here we are going to took about:
* 1. How we choose this topic and why, and make a problem-question of it.

* 2. Make the previous investigation of the topic.

* 3. Makea Hypothesis based on the initially investigation.

* 4. Decide which is the procedure to prove our hypothesis.

* 5. Make a list of the materials and look up for them.

Problem

¿ Canwe find non-gravity in spaces in which it exists? ¿With simple and no so expensive things can we prove this theory? ¿ Free fall is the effect of non-gravity?

Hypothesis

The Non-gravity is aneffect that can be seen in an easy way and with simple objects like water, a bottle, simple ball or dynamometer.

(Points 1. And 3. Of the summary have done here in the problem and hypothesis)Method and Results

Here we are going to talk about the aspects we took in the summary part.

* 2. Make the previous investigation of the topic.

The results of the investigation was makenon-gravity in free fall with simple objects, the easy way of this and how simple can we prove a theory that have been establish many years.

* 3. Decide which is the procedure to prove ourhypothesis.
The process to prove is because the hypothesis said the true, because we can make this effect with simple objects and in the materials and the execution can we prove it.

* 5. Make a listof the materials and look up for them.

* A Bottle with Water
* A Ball
* Dynamometer

References

http://centros5.pntic.mec.es/ies.victoria.kent/Rincon-C/Alumnos/al-27/al-27.htm