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i have to design a pair of ear defenders and i'm not sure what materials i should use and how to draw a particle diagram for them (its on the requirement sheet) its due in for tomorrow which is just great

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  1. Is an ear defender something that defends a human ear, such as during a wrestling match? If so, you probably want to use soft material for the side that touches the ear.

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