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Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation

Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
Submarine Density and Buoyancy Investigation
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The submarine was an incredible technological innovation during the Civil War. It is important for a submarine to not float on top of the water or sink to the bottom. It must be “neutrally buoyant”. For this project students use a baby food jar as model of a submarine to find the mass to volume ratio that will float, sink and stay neutrally buoyant.

Learning Targets:
I can make a model of a submarine.
I can explain buoyancy.
I can explain density.
I can measure mass and volume.
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Teaching Duration
2 hours
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