Just for Division C right?Just realized that there is also a written test.
1) What do you think they will ask, and can we bring a calculator?
2) How will the test be administered at NYS competition C Division?
They say that they used Pitsco in the past, so I am assuming they will use Kelvin. Both are just as similar though.I am a new coach for this trial event and need to order the track. I see from the NY site (http://www.newyorkscioly.org/SOPages/COTResources.html) which the MagLev Science Olympiad description points to says that there are both Kelvin and Pitsco tracks but Pitsco moved their magnets.
Who is the manufacture of the tracks which will be at nationals? Does anybody know so I can make sure I order the right ones.
Cool. Thanks.The test is just for division C. Also, I am sure that you can have something sticking out of the side of the car to balance it, just you must be careful in how you place it, or it might end up being counterproductive.
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