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Author: DAAO

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Filesize: 22.23 kB

Date added: 2011-10-14

Rating: 5

Downloads: 1103

Views: 670

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Made with: Algodoo v2.0.0 RC3

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The point is that the balls do not have to stand close to each other. There should be some space between them. But it is still imperfect Algodoo. Because in the real world there are no gaps between balls in "Newton's cradle".
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I don't have experience with a real Newton Cradle, but I do know that in real life the balls do have small gaps between them. The gap is little, but it is there.
The gap is so small that it can't be seen with the naked eye.
Algodoo places the balls so close to each other that there is no gap between them, in real life you can't place objects so close to each other with this precission (unless you align them under a microscope).
I tried the same gap trick on the 5 balls, but it didn't work. And I was too lazy to make it work correctly.
Last edited at 2011/10/15 09:33:10 by Banjerboef
ITS CALLED NEWTONS BALLS

DUH!!:)
and,:P