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DESCRIPTIONTOC: Bubble Gum Physics. 1-23-12 I STARTER: It is important that we be able to convert time from days to hours to minutes to seconds. Make the below conversions and show your work! Convert 7 days into hours. Convert 8 ½ hours into minutes. Convert 1 hour 45 min’s into seconds. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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TOC: Bubble Gum Physics1-23-12
I STARTER: It is important that we be able to convert time from days to hours to minutes to seconds. Make the below conversions and show your work!
Convert 7 days into hours.Convert 8 hours into minutes.Convert 1 hour 45 mins into seconds.
II PRACTICE: Bubble Gum Physics LabGlue in Bubble Gum Physics lab and complete.
III APPLICATION:Insert notes on graphing and complete graph from Bubble Gum Physics Lab data.
Variables are factors, conditions, and/or relationships that can change or be changed. (Growing plants with different amounts of water.)Variables
a factor or condition that is changed on purpose. (Different amounts of water). [ON THE HORIZONTAL AXIS].
a factor that might be affected as a result of the change in the independent variable. Example(Height of plants depending upon how much water the plant received.) [ON THE VERTICAL AXIS]Dependent Variablea factor that is not changed. (Same soil and same amount of light each day.)Controlled variableData is the information collected from observations.
Bar graphs are used to compare information about similar things.
Line graphs are in which line segments are connected to show changes that occur, often over a period of time.
An interval, increment, or scale is the increase in size or number.
The horizontal axis is found on the bottom of the graph and is used to show the manipulated variable.
The vertical axis is found on the side of the graph and is used to show the responding variable.
Time (s)Distance (m)0123456789105101520253035404550Graphing ActivityIV CONNECTION:Put into place a plan using speed, time, and distance calculations for a road trip. This road trip will be a total of 75 miles and you will be able to keep a steady 70 miles per hourYou will also need to factor in 2 stops that will add on an additional 5 minutes each. Show your math to calculate how long the trip will take and tell what time grandma should expect you to arrive if you leave at 8:00 am.V EXIT:Write a well written paragraph (5 sentences!) summarizing what you learned today. Also, list any questions you may still have about Speed, Time, & Distance.