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physics of skiing
does anyone know where I can find info on the physics of sking and jumping? i have to do a project on it.
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email the peeps who made ski stunt...they are pysics profs...the game was supposed to be physically perfect...
on the snow? or in the air?
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just search it on the internet, i did the same project last year, i talked about friction, between your skis and snow/air, also how carving skis work, and jumps(the speed you need to clear the flat), and why the landing is sloped, theres a bunch more stuff to talk about
gravity brings your ass down the big hill. sorry all i know about physics
its pretty much the same as any physics really isnt it? i mean skiing doesnt have a different set of laws then anything else, just read up on physics and shit, and im sure u can figure it out from there
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