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Through this activity students will discover properties of parabolas while comparing the parabola they all carry around with them every day - their dental arch. Students will brainstorm ways to measure a dental arch and ultimately take an "impression" of their arch by taking a bite out of a slice o

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This project set includes 8 projects that are cooperative learning, hands-on labs. Students collect data that fit exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric patterns. Students will create equations from the data and use the equations to make predictions. Many of the equations students create will

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A weights and measures conversion table is useful when converting and calculating engineering, construction and STEM problem solving projects and activities. It helps students learn how to locate information and convert that information into their calculations. The conversion table also allows teach

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Probability and the law of averages 1
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping one coin and getting a head?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a coin a total

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Are Americans eating less “red meat”? Are they becoming more “vegetarian?” This was a big concern in the late 1980’s to early 1990’s for ranchers trying to sell their cattle at market. In this activity, the student will determine if any relationship exists between the amount of red meat an indiv

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In this activity students will calculate the rate of the movement of Pacific Tectonic plate by examinining the formation of Hawaiian island chain. Students begin by determining ages of rocks found on each island using radiometric dating principle. Then they use scale maps to determine real world dis

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This project has 1 sample lab to complete together as a class and 6 other labs that create a linear relationship.
Students work through the labs collecting data and then analyze the data to create equations, use calculators or spreadsheets to create regression equations (best fit lines), and use the

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Probability and the law of averages 7
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping 7 coins and getting 7 heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 7 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a 7 coins a

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A simple game to show the difference between accuracy and precision. I guarantee you can get the materials together in a few minutes: Some kind of game pieces (like coins, 3/group), a ruler, and some kind of tape (masking, duct, etc)

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A pre-calculus lab exploring price-demand, revenue, cost and profit.

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Probability and the law of averages 2
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping two coins and getting two heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 2 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a coin a

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Probability and the law of averages 3
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping two coins and getting two heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 3 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a coin a

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Probability and the law of averages 4. Essential question: What is the probability of flipping four coins and getting four heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 4 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a coi

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Probability and the law of averages 5
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping five coins and getting 5 heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 5 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip 5 coins a

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Essential question: What is the probability of flipping 6 coins and getting 6 heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 6 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a 6 coins a total of 600 times, after each set of

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Probability and the law of averages 8
Essential question: What is the probability of flipping 8 coins and getting 8 heads?
We will be graphing the results of our experiment in terms of the percent of 8 heads over the number of coin flips.
To do this experiment correctly, you will flip a 8 coins a

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The American population is changing in dramatic ways. Likewise, changing population structures in other countries are driving changes around the world. Food supplies, energy use, climate change: all are consequences of the changing structures of world populations.
This activity belongs to a 3-part

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This is a multiple concepts lab that has a lot of 'wow' factor for students as metals disappear and new ones appear. It is in miniscale so you that don't use that much of your chemicals. For 250 students, I generally use up: 20 g Fe, three 12"x12" sheets of Al foil, 12" of Mg ribbon, 20g Zn powder,

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This is a full unit, includes review sheets on Molarity and molality designed for homebound students (easily self directed), a lab experiment with an alternate assignment, and 4 versions of a summative quiz. This Unit is designed to fall AFTER Stoichiometry, Nomenclature, types of chemical reactions

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Data is taken to find the value of Pi through the measurements of circumference and diameter. The data is inputted into Excel to create a table for finding PI. A graph is generated to find the slope which is also Pi.

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