How Does a Stopwatch Work?

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A stopwatch works by having two buttons. one button to start. It works with a timer to time an event. One button to stop the timer. Most have a split time so you can keep track of previous times.
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How Does a Stopwatch Work?
Stopwatches are watches that time events. Instead of telling one the time of day, the stopwatch tells the person how long it took to perform a certain function. Some stopwatches can time multiple events. Some stopwatches can time parts of the event along... More »
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