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Willow shows the Quinks how a force acting upon an object can affect how an object moves by looking at a baseball being hit and a soccer ball being kicked. Quazar, Neutrina and Flux observe that applying force to an object can change the direction of an object in motion, put an object into motion or stop an object already in motion. Later, the Quinks visit an engineer to see how he uses what he knows about motion and forces to program his robot to do fun things.
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