"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

The cat table

My biggest obstacle of this project is the slider, the reason the it is my biggest obstacle is that I need to figure out how to make the 2 side stick together and the size of the slide in order to fit in the project.

one thing I’d like to change is that I will add more leg to to the table, because now its only standing on one leg and its really unstable.

“super ball” cardboard arcade game reflection

if I did this again, I will make the hoop lower to the ground and make the hoop radius longer, because no 4th grade can manage to shoot in our hoop even in our easiest mode. another thing I would do is that when I made the plan, don’t make the arcade game too hard to play and make.

my biggest obstacle is sticking to the plan. Because we make the cardboard arcade game in the plan too hard to make, so it s really hard to do exactly everything in the plan right.

My biggest success is that no one can shoot in our hoops, even I can’t! so I think I made a pretty hard game, and I think thats my biggest success.

one piece of advice I would give to the future student is that, don’t make the cardboard arcade game too hard, because you either don’t have time to finish it, or you can’t make it because its too hard, so make a reasonable arcade game that you think you are able to make within the time you got.


Reflection for cup insulator By Max Yuan

We are trying to make the cup lose less heat thathe control group. 

We are trying to make the cup lose less heat by wrapping it up like the wrap from Starbucks. But our cup insulator is not made of cardboard, we tried to add aluminum and cotton to the wrapping. We do that by using hot glue to glue the cotton ball on to a piece of a cloth which we hope that cotton ball can keep the heat up, then we add alum and another piece of cloth, but before we stick the cloth, we stick two pieces of Velcro to keep the wrap together, and this is our first test, it didn’t really work, so we add a cap, held by Velcro to keep the heat in, it worked a little bit, but not too much. 

I know that our cup insulator worked, because after 10 minutes, the total lost is smaller than nothing but it didn’t work a lot since the total lost is only like 4 degrees better. 

The first time the total lost is 18.6, which is with our cup insulator 1.0, its only 2.3 degrees better than nothing which is the control group. The second time its lost is 16.7, which is 16.7 degree, which is 4.2 degree better than control group, and is 1.9 degree better than the cup insulator 1.0, so this can support my claim. 

The first time I believe is because there is no cap, so the heat went out using the top, so we add the top, and it’s better than the first time, so it proved it worked, but the wrap didn’t have all the place wrapped, and it’s kind of broken, one of the places is cracked, so I think that’s why the degree still lost pretty much. 

I am proud of what we make only using item that can find using small limit amount of money. 

The hardest thing is making it better, because I kind of don’t know what the problem is and how to change my design. 

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