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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.
DO NOW: 1.Convert 770 mm Hg atm 2.Convert 100,900 Pa atm mm Hg.
What Is Fluid Pressure? By: Morgan K. and Liz R..
Book I, Chapter 1 The Atmosphere Section 1, pages 4-9 Characteristics of the Atmosphere.
Changes of State Beta Science Overview This PowerPoint examines how matter changes from state to state. Changes in state are explained in terms of matter.
1.How much pressure does the atmosphere put on each square inch of your body? Why dont we feel this pressure? 14.7 lbs. The pressure inside our bodies.
First you need to know some facts about air and water: 1. Water evaporates and is called water vapor which behaves like all other gases. 2. When any gas.
SECTION A – SOURCES!!!! Its not as hard as you think, as long as you remember HOW to answer the questions! Using the techniques for each question will.
How do machines work?. What is a machine? Allows you to do work in a way that is easier Can be quite simple A machine changes at least one of three factors…
Understanding Weather and Climate The Atmosphere (Cont.)
Year 10 Pathway C Mr. D. Patterson 1. Refer to weight as a force Use F=ma to calculate weight on Earth and other planetary bodies 2.
The EAR How Do We Hear? By Nicole Medford October 12, 2007.
Science Skills: Variables Self Check Click to test yourself.
What is the Scientific Method?. Will a ping-pong ball float or sink in liquids? How would you find an answer to this question? What steps would you use.
What is Earth Science? Textbook Section 1.1 (Chapter 1, Section 1)
Catastrophic Events Mr. Johnson, Science.
Uncertainties in Measurement. What is uncertainty When you are making a measurement, there is always some degree of uncertainty in your result. A person.
1a)I can identify the hypothesis and the conclusion of a conditional 1b)I can determine if a conditional is true or false 1c)I can write the converse of.
The Nature of Science. What is Science??? Science is a particular way of understanding the natural world.
Intellectual Inderpendence By: Lauren C. Question #1 Q= The activity, lesson and/or experience that shows my critical thinking and Intellectual Independence.
Starter Question If you touch two objects that are the same temperature, why would one feel colder than the other?
Air WALT: to know some of the characteristics of air WILF: to understand that air exerts pressure.
Viscious Volcanoes By Kees and Riefe. What Is A Volcano ? It is a mountain with lava in the centre that sometimes explodes because the pressure inside.
Energy is the ability to do work. It comes in many forms and from many sources. Energy charges your cell phone, cooks your food, lights and heats your.
Results to our survey on cloning! Deborah and Camille.
Observation/Data What is an observation? Collecting data to help solve a problem using your 5 senses What is an inference? A conclusion formed.
Instructions for Setting up Your Lab Notebook. FIRST Open your lab notebook to the very first page. On the top line write, Table of Contents Count front.
Stop the Leak. Observations When adding water to the bottle with the cap off, the water leaked. When adding water to the bottle with the cap off, the.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
Scientific Models Beth Roland Eighth Grade Science JFMS.
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