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Wakeboarding by Mind Map: Wakeboarding

1. (A) SL 3.4 Radian angles for the apex of jump along with the cut required to receive the most amount of pop and air time of the wake. This can be interesting because you spend a large amount of time in the air. And accounting for the angle needed to receive the amount of pop and force required can be interesting to look at.

2. SL 2.1 Forms of the equation of a straight line, most likely a linear relationship. This can be interesting because impacting the water occurs quite often and measuring the effects speed has on this can show an effect of injuries.

3. Horsepower

3.1. Accelaration

3.1.1. (E) SL 5.9 Acceleration vs time travelled allowing boarders to travel the furthest distance in the air. This can be interesting because this allows boarders to have the most amount of time travelled in the air and perform larger tricks

3.2. Average Horsepower per boat

3.3. Horsepower required to pull weights

4. Speed

4.1. Surveying of Speed Used by different Wakeboarders

4.2. Effects of Speed Vs Angle/Height

4.3. Speed vs Impact

4.4. Speed vs. Trick Type

5. Boats

5.1. Size vs Displacement

5.1.1. (C) SL 5.9 Displacement and Speed along with size of boats changes the the shape of the wake. This allows for Wakeboarders to omptimize the wake to what they want. This can be interesting because some boarders choose to have more weight than others in their boat to have a larger wake, whereas others chose to have smaller ones to perform specific tricks.

5.2. Angle/Angle of Underside

5.3. Favored Type of Boat

5.3.1. SL 4.1 Multiple different types of sampling can be used along with relating whether sources are reliable or not. Sample techniques can be considered, and see which ones are the most reliable. This could be interesting because There are many different types of boats that people use, varying with technology making it so people have a large amount of options however seeing what features are used making the angles and lines of the waves the cleanest also have an effect

6. Rope

6.1. Rope Length Vs Speed

6.2. Elasticity of Rope

6.3. Rope Length Per Age Group

6.3.1. (B) SL 4.1 This can be interesting to look at because size and weight vary between age groups along with speed that one partakes. This includes a large amount of variables such as weight, speed, size, length, and displacement with a ballast tank allowing a large amount of factors to be considered when looking at this relationship. Along with this sampling can be done to determine the average of groups.

7. Board Surface Area

7.1. Average board Size

7.1.1. (D) SL 4.9 Normal probability calculations can be used with this because Board size varies with height and weight, however there can be outliers where someone chooses to use a different size board than would be better for their body composition because there more comfortable. This could be an interesting concept because the size of a board has a distinct effect on what is accomplishable while wakeboarding, along with the shape of the board.

7.2. Angle Received On Pop

7.3. Board Size preferred Per activity

8. Angle

8.1. Optimum angle for wake jump

8.2. Apex of wake jumps required for tricks