Reflection for Cup Insulator
Team Members: John, Arthur, Rayan
A. We were trying to avoid the temperature going down and letting the temperature to heat up.
B. I tested the thickness of every material at the Design Lab, and at the end, the EVA foam, cotton balls, steel wool and felt was the thickest materials, so we used it to make our project.
C. Claim: The materials that we used is very thick
Evidence: The materials that we used is thick because we tested it a lot of times and it’s the thickest materials from the list.
Reasoning: The reason the materials is thick enough is because every material has a very thick layer.
D. I am most proud of my team, because we did a successful project.
The hardest thing that I’ve done in this project is to hot glue the materials together.
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