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Do red cars get stopped more often than cars of other colors? Do red cars appear to go faster than other cars? It seems to be common sense, that the color red attracts more attention than other colors. However, do red objects actually appear to move more quickly than objects of duller colors? This is the subject of this fascinating, yet easy high school science project. 

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*Formulate your hypothesis: If an object is of a bright color, it will appear to travel (faster/slower) than its actual speed. *Make two paper airplanes, one white and one red. Both airplanes should be folded the same way. *Designate one person to throw the airplanes and the other person to observe the airplanes. You will be the time keeper. *As the person timing the airplane, you will be standing behind the observer. *Mark a spot on the floor for where the person throwing the airplane will stand and where the observer will stand. These two spots should be of .....
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