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Relationships Between Common Items and Chemistry

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I have proposed to show the relationship between chemistry and a basketball. My intent is to show the composition of basketballs from different time periods.

My answer must be presented as a 10 minute class presentation. Help!!!

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Hello,

I am going to offer you some suggestions about your topic as well as some other ideas in case you would like to do something different.

What I would do if you stick to your original topic is to describe how the composition of basketballs changed and explain why the changing composition makes them better (does it make them bounce better, ...

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The relationship between common items and chemistry are determined. The composition of basketballs from different time periods are given.

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