# science

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When you put the egg into the sock it helps lessen the bounce as it falling to the ground, but it will give air in the space .It also is an extra layer of protection for the egg. Itâ€™s the elevator effect. The sock can take up the shock of the fall. When you put the sock into the box it is first layer of protection for the fall, and the surface area of the box controls of the egg.

This what got so far on my pargraph.I don't what other forces my box can lessen to protect my egg.

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