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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Experience about using graph in real world

In the math class I has an interesting experience. Which is using the graph in our real life. To hit the target with the catapult we had to insert the values of distant to the function we made. The most challenging part was when the catapult keeps missing the target even we put the correct … Continue reading »

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Science journal 4

Design Journal Checklist # 4   Optimising Prototypes You describe important observations about each of your prototypes and identify strengths and limitations of each prototype. Recommendations for future improvements to your design. You make a claim about which prototype was most effective for meeting your goal, and your claim is supported by evidence from your … Continue reading »

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Science Journal 3

Design Journal Checklists Journal # 3 Developing Solutions You identify the physical properties that you want your polymer to have You describe a plan for how you will develop your different prototypes. You describe a method to test the effectiveness of prototypes. Communication Your writing is clear and concise with few grammar errors You use … Continue reading »

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Science journal 2

  Defining the Problem You define the specific goal of your polymer project You describe your target audience You describe the problems that will be solved by creating your polymer You explain which specific polymer characteristics from the different base polymers will work best for your design problem. Communication Your writing is clear and concise … Continue reading »

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