[Krampf Experiment, Three Holes, part 2

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Robert Krampf's Experiment of the Week
Three Holes, part 2

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This Week's Experiment: Three Holes, part 2

I hope that you spent some time thinking about last week's experiment, but more importantly, I hope that you actually tried it, to see if you were correct.  Again, this one is easier to explain with photos, so you will find it on my site: http://thehappyscientist.com/science-experiment/three-holes-part-2

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