We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAndrea Boyd
Modified about 1 year ago
Slice of Science # 12
Question: Why do our ears pop when traveling in the mountains?
Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that our ears pop when traveling in the mountains because...
Conclusion: Changes in elevation cause changes in air pressure. In your ear, the Eustachian tube helps regulate the pressure and can cause a popping sensation.
Question: How does popcorn pop?
Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that popcorn pops because....
Conclusion: As a kernel is heated, water inside begins to expand until the pressure inside causes it to explode.
Question: Are you taller in the morning?
Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that you (are/are not) taller in the morning because....
Conclusion: Factors including gravity and less water in vertebra discs make a small difference in height.
Question: Why do golf balls have dimples?
Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that golf balls have dimples because....
Conclusion: The dimples on a golf ball create a turbulence in the layer of air next to the ball allowing it to go farther.
Popcorn Project Investigation and Experimentation CA standard 6.7 Scientific progress is made by asking meaningful questions and conducting careful investigations.
Can Crusher 1.Can crushed 2.Water inside the can was heated creating gas. The gas particles expanded inside the can. When Mr. Lenet put the can in the.
Solids & Liquids - small distance between particles - slow moving particles.
Ch. 8.3 Pressure in Fluids. Pressure pressure – the amount of force applied to a given area – air, just like water, is a fluid (any substance that flows)
Science Fair Research paper General Requirements – 3 pages long. The 4 th page should be the biography. – Times Roman 11 or 12 font. 1.5 spacing – Do NOT.
Scientific Method. Steps in the Scientific Method 1. Make Observation. 2. Ask Question. 3. Make a hypothesis. 4. Test your hypothesis. 5. Analyze the.
Does Orville Redenbacher popcorn pop better than generic popcorn?
Pressure. What is Pressure? Pressure refers to a force exerted on a surface Due to the force of gravity, your feet exert a force on the ground in the.
Kinematics Problems. A runner accelerates from 0 to 6.00 m/s in 3.00 s. What is the runner’s acceleration?
Chapter 16 Section 3 Behavior of Gases. Pressure The kinetic theory states that gas particles are constantly moving and colliding with anything in their.
DO NOW: 1.Convert 770 mm Hg atm 2.Convert 100,900 Pa atm mm Hg.
SCIENTIFIC METHOD PRACTICE Directions: The following are steps from scientific experiments. Read each one and decide if the step is a QUESTION, HYPOTHESIS,
Book I, Chapter 1 The Atmosphere Section 1, pages 4-9 Characteristics of the Atmosphere.
How much popcorn pops. By: Sarah Wheeler. Problem Do different brands of popcorn leave different amounts of un-popped popcorn kernels?
Next On each slide, formulate the answer in your head, and then click the button to see if you are correct.
How Does Temperature Affect Air Pressure and Wind?
Science 8 Unit 3: 9.1 Fluids under Pressure. Objectives By the end of the lesson you should be able to: By the end of the lesson you should be able to:
Applications of Bernoulli’s Principle faster speed slower speed more pressureless pressure If no change in height: P + ½ρv 2 = constant P+ ρgy + ½ ρv.
Egg in a Bottle The power of expansion and contraction of air.
THE INTERNATIONAL BOILING POINT PROJECT BOIL, BOIL, TOIL AND TROUBLE.
Super QAR for Test-wise Students. In the Book Right There: A “detail” type of question, where words used to form the question and words that answer the.
SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT Magical popcorn. Purpose/Question: (What do I want to find out?) What will happen when you add baking soda and vinegar to popcorn.
Twenty Questions Subject: Atmosphere Twenty Questions
Gas Pressure L/O :- To understand what causes gas pressure.
Controlling Variables. Hypothesis The hypothesis is an educated guess about the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. Let’s learn.
By :Gilbert Fulton. I hypothesize that the sand will have the most affect on the dropped ball.
Heat and Sound Fluids 1 Pressure Specific Gravity Static Equilibrium Buoyancy.
Golf Ball by Patrick Romkema. How are Golf Balls are made The core of the golf ball is made out of pure rubber that is heated and pressurized into a ball.
Chapter 7 Air Pressure Chapter 7 Section 2. Anticipatory Set Did your ears ever “pop” when you rode in an elevator or airplane? Did your ears ever “pop”
Ivory Soap Science Experiment 4 th Grade BIG QUESTION: Why does a bar of Ivory soap expand in the microwave?
The Nature of Science Scientific Method Experimental Design.
What Happens When Air Moves Over A Mountain? How do Mountain Ranges Influence Climate? Mr. Walter – Earth Science.
GAS LAWS. Gas Laws As you recall, gasses have no fixed shape or volume However, the relationship between the pressure, volume, and temperature of.
RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your Notebook.
The Science of Flight Mr. Zushma Technology & Design for Science and Engineering.
Pressure. What is Pressure? “Amount of force exerted on an area” Earth’s gravity pulls downward Due to gravity, your feet exert a force on the surface.
What causes an egg too get sucked into a bottle? Socorro Martinez October Room:018.
Granite Density: 2.7 g/mL Basalt Density: 3.0 g/mL Ice Density: 0.9 g/mL Water Density: 1.0 g/mL.
Pressure and Density Jeopardy Review Pressure Fluid Pressure Vocab Density and Buoyancy 1 Density and Buoyancy 2 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $100.
RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your Physics Notebook. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy.
Station 1 Erin Stubbs Harley Long. What will happen when you drop the spheres? Hypothesis: If all three balls are dropped from the same height, the superball.
Section 12.3 – Infinite Series. 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, …. Infinite Arithmetic No Sum 3, 7, 11, …, 51 Finite Arithmetic 1, 2, 4, …, 64 Finite Geometric 1, 2,
Ch. 9.1 Fluid Systems. Popcorn! Why does popcorn pop? – believe it or not, this has to do with water – each kernel of popcorn contains a small amount.
The Water Cycle. WATER It’s what makes life possible on Earth.
Chapter 23 The Atmosphere Section 1 Characteristics of Atmosphere Notes 23-2.
Science Fair Project. Big Question My big question was, “Do plants grow better inside or outside?” I wanted to know this because I wanted to know the.
Elevation It gets colder the higher in elevation you go. As air rises, it expands because of lower air pressure. As the air expands, it cools. When air.
Agenda Today’s Focus: Air Pressure CA Content Standard: 6.4.e Students know differences in air pressure, heat, air movement, and humidity result in changes.
Bell Question: Using the captions to help you, explain why one of these containers was deformed. Picture 1: The Pringles can I packed from home is bulging.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.