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1. Me and my partner saw the ruler dropping, but we had headphone on and couldn't feel it. That way, we didn't use the other feel or hear the person who was dropping it. When he saw the ruler drop, our brains signaled us to grab it.
2. We had our headphones off, had the person say "Now" and closed our eyes and couldn't feel it. When the person dropping it said "Now," it signaled our brain to grab the ruler.
3. We would feel the ruler, but have our eyes closed and headphones on. When we felt the ruler move, it would signal our brain to grab it.
4. The hardest was sight. I think it was because we would sense our brain once we saw the ruler move, but it took the longest to catch it. The others were easier because we sensed our brain earlier.
5. I could put a candy on the ruler, so when it dropped, it was a trigger to signal the brain tho catch it. We wouldn't be able to use the other senses.
6. You could put two different candies on the ruler top and bottom, that you could put your tongue on. When the ruler is dropped, your tongue would hit the candy on top of the one you had it on, and signal your brain to grab the ruler with your hand.
7. Our senses helped us by letting us know when the ruler was dropped. Our nerves are what brought the signals to our brain to our fingers so that we could grab the ruler. Our brain used the senses and set the signals through the spiral cord to our fingers. Finally, our muscles helped us hold our arm up and helped our fingers grip the ruler.