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You have a tiny slip of paper and a large rectangular wooden block. If you put both of them side-by-side and drop the two to the floor from the same height, the block gets to the floor first. Can you think of (and describe) three “simple” ways (using nothing, absolutely nothing, but the two objects, and not in special rooms, with wind, with fancy equipment, etc.) to ensure that the two objects will fall to the floor in the same time?

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  1. wrap the paper around the block.

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  2. put paper on block

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