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1.Yes using your sense of hearing was harder then using your sense of sight because you can see the ruler and when they drop it, then with the sense of hearing your
body would have to make the move without actually seeing it drop.
2.They could put a piece of candy in front of your face and then drop it. Then your body would smell the food and react.
3.They could put a piece of chocolate in your mouth and that would mean to grab. That would make it so that you can grab when your body taste the food.
4. The senses help me because then I could react to when they did or I saw then drop it. The nerves helps because they help when the person touches you so that they can send it to the brain. Then the brain makes it happen meaning that it will close your hand a realize that they are doing the thing they are doing to me.
5. My body responded to kind of jolt backwards or turn away. I was doing this to protect myself.
6. This would have helped because then I would have a stronger part of my body getting hit by the paper ball.
7.I think they did not respond the same way because the paper ball one was about my involuntary muscles at work, then the rule catching was using the voluntary muscles. The same sense were used in both because I used sense of smell in both. I did not have to think about actions in both because like I said one I did not have to think about then one I did have to think of.