Posts filed under 'Science'

Science and Engineering Blog Post #4: Reflect and Share

          Explain how it works/doesn’t work using scientific terminology: Regarding the science of this project, my project was a successful one. My goal was to show the potential energy of the marble changing into kinetic energy. By using the cardboard pipes, I have clearly shown this part of my project. When […]

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Science and Engineering #3: Create and Improve

NOTICE: CLIENT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO PEOPLE WHO NEED ALARM TO WAKE UP The processes between the classes: By the 3rd class, I finished sticking all my pipes together and held them on to the big wooden board. This might sound like an easy task. However, it was not an easy one because there were […]

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Science Engineering Project: Develop and Plan

My Plan for the Future: Tuesday- Work on Blog Post #1 and finish the modeled sketch. If I don’t finish this by Tuesday, I will end by Thursday. Thursday- Final revisions of the sketched model (if needed) around 10 minutes. After that, I would start doing my project. I expect by the end of the […]

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Science Engineering Project: Define & Inquire

What is this Engineering task? The purpose of this engineering task is to build an object that would show the transfer of energy to a particular audience. It has to look good and catches the audience’s attention. What are you thinking of? For my Science and Engineering project, I would like to do a project […]

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Polymer Journal #4-The Final Design

Prototype Observations Prototype Observations Strengths for this Prototype Limitations for this Prototype 16ml Borax, 8 ml of water, PVA solution: 5ml, Glue 1cm   Doesn’t stick very well, too rubbery, very smooth, too hard at first, doesn’t stretch     Bounces 15cm after hitting the table. Strength because of if it is bouncy, it means […]

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Journal Entry #3-Science Polymer Project

Recipe #1: 16ml Borax, 8 ml of water, PVA solution: 5ml, Glue 1cm Why use this ingredient? Borax is used so it doesn’t change it’s shape once it hardens. However, this was a problem in our polymer because it quickly let the polymer not able to stretch which meant it couldn’t change to fit into […]

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Journal Entry #2- Science

Journal #2 Our Goal: The goal of our polymer project is to … Build a polymer that will influence the real world related to furniture. Building a polymer to keep customers safe from dangerous table corners.     Target Market Audience Some Examples:   Adults Parents with small kids Elderly Kids Teens Boys/Girls Teachers/Businessmen/Shop Owners […]

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Journal #1 Post-Science

Journal #1 Polymers are a big chunk of molecules bonded together with polymerization. In this particular case when making a plastic, there would be an oil molecule which is a monomer and polythene which is also a monomer. In this post, you will learn about what is a synthetic and natural polymer and the information both […]

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