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Currently in physics, my teacher has disapproved my two previous proposals for being too elementary. One of my topics was dropping a tennis ball onto certain spots on the racket and seeing which spot on the racket bounced the highest to prove the optimal height for hitting a tennis ball. However she said it was too elementary but I could do it if I really wanted too. What are yall's thoughts or should I change my topic. If anyone has some easy suggestions feel free to let me know. Any help appreciated. 

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It's kinda elementary, but if you control confounding variables really well, take enough measurements, and demonstrate a good understanding of how theory and experimental results are related, then the topic is doable.  

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