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Graphing Redshift

Graphing Redshift
Graphing Redshift
Graphing Redshift
Graphing Redshift
Graphing Redshift
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879 KB|10 pages
Product Description
Help students learn the positive correlation between a galaxy's distance and its speed. Astronomer Edwin Hubble was able to determine that most galaxies in the universe are moving away from the Earth, and that the galaxies that are farther away are also the fastest moving galaxies.

During this assignment students will:
-Organize real galaxy data into a table
-Use the table to make a scatter-plot graph
-Analyze their graph results
-Answer deeper-thinking questions about wavelengths and galaxies

Included in this purchase:
-Complete teacher instructions
-Student worksheet with instructions to make a table, graph, and analyze questions
-Answer Key

This product is best used after my Big Bang--Part 1 and Big Bang--Part 2 lessons, also available on TpT.

Skipper Coates
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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