Go to the link below and complete the survey. Take a screenshot of your results and paste it into your first water file in Classroom.
Here’s a photo of my results.
Here is an excellent diagram that Ethan made to explain his strategy. It relates the smaller container to the larger container. He just needs to communicate his steps clearly now.
Use our rules to identify unknown angles.
What is safer to drink, tap or bottled water?
Follow this link to some geometry games you can play for practice. Choose link 8.62 for today’s practice. Afterwards, practice any others you wish.
Check out this PREZI:
Golf balls normally sink in water. Not this one. Any idea why?
It turns out that salty water has more density than fresh water. This can be observed in the Dead Sea, where swimmers have more buoyancy and don’t need to work at all to stay afloat. So there is nothing special about this Golf Ball at all, but the water instead.
Our class added enough salt to recreate the conditions of the Dead Sea as best we could. We added 3000 g of salt to 12 L of water for a concentration of 250 g/L. By comparison, seawater only has a concentration of 35 g/L.