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What is the formula for speed?

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If Ms. Shelby runs 72 meters in 9 minutes, what is her speed in meters per minute?

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If Mr. Cabase drives his car 75 miles in 90 minutes, then what is his speed in miles per hour?

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At 10 minutes how far has the object traveled?

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How long did it take to reach 50 meters?

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what is the average speed of the object in the graph?

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Density = ____________ / ________________

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Volume = ____________ / ________________

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Mass = ______________ X ________________

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Feathers have a density of 2 kg/m3 and rocks have a density of 1000 kg/m3. Circle the one with the highest mass: a) 3000 m3 of feathers b) 5,000 m3 of feathers c) 1 m3 of rocks d) 6 m3 of rocks

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Feathers have a density of 2 kg/m3 and rocks have a density of 1000 kg/m3. Circle the one that is true about the objects mass: a) 3000 m3 of feathers is heavier than 6 m3 of rocks b) 3000 m3 of feathers is equal to 6 m3 of rocks c) 3000 m3 of feathers is lighter than 6 m3 of rocks

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Yogurt has a density of 40 kg/m3 and a steak has a density of 200 kg/m3. Circle the one with the lowest mass: a) 100 m3 of yogurt. b) 50 m3 of yogurt. c) 15 m3 of steak d) 50m3 of steak

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Yogurt has a density of 40 kg/m3 and a steak has a density of 200 kg/m3. Circle the one with the highest mass: a) 100 m3 of yogurt. b) 50 m3 of yogurt. c) 15 m3 of steak d) 50m3 of steak

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Yogurt has a density of 40 kg/m3 and a steak has a density of 200 kg/m3. Circle the one that is true about the objects mass: a) 100 m3 of yogurt is heavier than 50 m3 of steak. b) 100 m3 of yogurt is equal to 50 m3 of steak. c) 100 m3 of yogurt is lighter than 50 m3 of steak.

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What is a hypothesis ?

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Must a hypothesis be correct ?

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What is it called when we write the information we collect ?

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What are things that change called ?

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Who controls the Independent Variable ?

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What influences performance?

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What do you call a factor inside an individual?

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What do you call a factor outside of an individual that still influences the individual?

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What do we call “what we think will happen” ?

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draw the DATA SET for this graph:

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draw the graph for this DATA SET:

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draw the DATA SET for this graph:

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draw the graph for this DATA SET:

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Using the following Data, complete the data set. If we put 5 pounds on the hypothesizer, then the ball will go 10 feet. If we put 10 pounds it will go 20 feet. If we put 20 pounds it will go 40 feet. If we put 40 pounds then it will 80 feet.

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Using the following Data set make a graph:

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What is the average speed of the object in this graph?

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A spring scale is pulled down and the reading are recorded If the spring is pulled 3.5 cm, the spring scale should read?

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Red – clay bricks have a density of 2000 kg/m3. Air has a density of 1 kg/m3. Circle the one with the lowest mass: a) 2 m3 of bricks b) 4 m3 of bricks c) 6000 m3 of air d) 10,000 m3 of air

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Red – clay bricks have a density of 2000 kg/m3. Air has a density of 1 kg/m3. Circle the one with the highest mass: a) 2 m3 of bricks b) 4 m3 of bricks c) 6000 m3 of air d) 10,000 m3 of air

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