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1. It was the most difficult to catch the ruler using the sense of hearing compared to the sense of touch. I was a little more hesitant doing the sense of hearing and when I was doing sense of touch I had caught the ruler more before and I wasn't as hesitant.
2. If I could only use the sense of smell to catch the rule I would ask my partner if he could hold something with a strong scent under my nose then I would smell it before he dropped it. I don't think I would be very good at this method, I think this because it may take a little bit of time to smell the object.
3. If I could only use the sense of taste to catch the rule I would ask my partner if he could hold something with a strong taste over my mouth then I would taste it as he dropped the ruler. I don't think I would be very good at this method ether, I think this because it may take a little bit of time to taste the object and this is more feeling the food in your mouth more then taste it.
4.My senses, nerves, brain, and muscles in my fingers helped me catch the ruler by feeling the touch, hearing the sound, or looking at the ruler being dropped. When the ruler is dropped my senses tell my nerves that tell my brain to make my finger muscles contract to grab the ruler.
5. My body responded with a flinch when the paper was thrown at me. I turned away, I shrugged my solders, and I blinked very hard. Part of the flinching came from the loud cricking sound that the paper hitting the clear sheet.
6. This reflex would protect my eyes if the transparency had not been there because the paper could not hit my eyes. I turned away and blinked and that would not getting hurt.
7. I think the nervous system responded to catching the ruler and blinking are kind of the same because they are both reflexes and they both have to do with the nervous system.