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I want to do a scientific research project to see what effect of the surface of an inclined plane has on how far an object rolls. My hypothesis states that a matchbox car that rolls down an inclined plane covered with wax paper will roll farther than when rolled down an inclined plane covered with sandpaper or aluminum foil.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Students will construct a ramp using LEGO elements. Students will collect data to compare the mechanical advantage to effort. Students will make generalizations that they can apply to determine the mechanical advantages. One of many really cool sceince fair projects to try!
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiment shows you how elevators work through a series of pulleys.
Difficulty: Elementary school
In my experiment, I planned to find out which household items lubricated metal the best. Of baby oil, Softsoap, vegetable oil, and Vaseline, I thought vegetable oil would lubricate metal the best followed by baby oil, Softsoap, and Vaseline.
Difficulty: Middle school
Demonstrate the use of a lever and the impact of lever length.
Difficulty: Elementary school
I wanted to know which type of string will stretch the most? I want to find out which string is the strongest and the least elastic. My hypothesis is that nylon thread will hold the most weight and stretch the least.
Difficulty: Elementary school
A steel nail sinks. But a steel ship floats. How can that be?
Difficulty: Elementary school
PURPOSE The purpose of this experiment was to see which type of bridge is the strongest out of three types of bridges. I became interested in this idea when I realized the increasing amount of traffic adds more weight on the bridges thus making them more likely to break. The information gained from this experiment will help civil engineers to create stronger bridges for the increasing
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiment teaches you how to make a miniature parachute to study how it works
Difficulty: Elementary school
This lesson is to help students more fully understand the relationship between Potential and Kinetic energy. Students should already know the definitions for work and mechanical energy.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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