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    Science Fair Project

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    The purpose of this science fair project is to explain and demonstrate the phenomena of a solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun. This movement covers the Earth's view of the Sun either partially or completely. A solar eclipse is a very rare event and can be seen from specific locations on earth. Solar eclipses occur during the New Moon phase. The New Moon phase is when the Sun and Moon are in conjunction. In this science fair project you will construct a model that demonstrates how an eclipse appears. Additional exploration will include investigating sun spots and observing changes of the position of the earth with respect to the sun. Hypothesis: A solar eclipse can be created by understanding the movements the sun and moon make with respect to the earth. Variables: Position of the sun (ceiling bulb)…

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    In designing our science fair project, many concepts and variables are to be considered. Our science fair project is experimenting on how rust forms so research and prior knowledge is required before we actually conduct the experiment. Having previous information on the topic allows us to be able to alter the variables accurately when we actually administer the procedure. For our project, we are exploring the idea of the formation of rust and how the lack of or extra variables could affect the…

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    Science Project

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    What angle launches the projectile the furthest By Kailic Kotter Table of contents Acknowledgements I’d like to thank my parents for helping me through my tough project. Every time I wanted to quit they keep pushing me forward. If not for them I would never have finished this project on time or at all. Another thanks to my siblings that wanted so eagerly to help me out on my science project. every time i said hey, I need some help they came running to…

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    The topic I chose for my science fair project is: Which Saxophone Reeds are the Loudest? I chose this project because my cousin did this project a couple years ago and it inspired me to try for myself. I did not ever hear his final result about which reeds ended up being the loudest. I did hear some of the different materials and strengths of the reeds that he used and I chose more strengths of reeds than he did. There are three important facts about reeds. First, reeds can be altered as…

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    Mitosis: Science Project

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    Mitosis I chose to do mitosis in my science project because i knew about mitosis more than the other topics on the list of options. In my project, i modeled mitosis with styrofoam balls, paint, and clay. I modeled the steps prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis . I modeled the steps by cutting the styrofoam balls in half, painted them and I put the clay models of organelles inside the styrofoam cell i made. I made skin cells as the type of cells i am using for my model, by…

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    "Do men and women think in the same way?" I want to do this science fair project because I am interested in how the brain works depending on the gender. I want to know if they think similarly or differently. I also want to know if not only the gender but does the age affect what they think. Stereotypes. We all have to deal with stereotypes at one point. My science fair project this year will have to deal with them. This year I have decided to do my project on whether or not they are…

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    Super Car Science Project

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    Do you want to know what makes super cars go fast? Tune in to this science project to find out. In this science project, you will see aerodynamics, drag, and wind speed do its process on cars. In my experiment,on each car, there are streamers on them.When my wind tunnel turns on, streamers that fly everywhere will represent drag, and streamers that stick to the car will represent aerodynamics. In real life, they use smoke to figure out where drag is.Sometimes, they will put streamers on the car…

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    Science fair projects are right up my alley. I have been participating in science fairs since I was nine years old. My dad is a biology/chemistry major, and his knowledge in science has been extremely helpful over the years in my school career. With his guidance, I am able to come up with thousands of ideas to experiment for my projects. Experimenting and going through trials with my science projects have always been a blast. My first year completing a science project, I did a "cloud in a…

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    Explaining science fair project-Also explained will be how the fruits and vegetables produce electricity. There is a lot of water in fruits and vegetables which water in the fruits and vegetables produces electricity. Other ingredients such as citric acids and ascorbic acids increase the conductivity which creates more energy. Why is this project interesting? - This project is interesting because this project will be over researching over different types of fruits and vegetables. Also be seeing…

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    content in relation to real world application. I often tell students if they can make sense of the information and connect it to something in their lives, they will have a better understanding of it. For labs, accuracy means you carried out the full experiment, collected data and were able to take the data and make sense of it in relation to your assumptions. Students hear accuracy in the lab and presume it means how well they make their measurements. Additionally, the rubric I constructed…

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