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Project title Comparing the effectiveness of a light sensor and a touch sensorFeatured science projectScience project video
Difficulty Level High school
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Description
This experiment was conducted to compare the effectiveness of using a light sensor and a touch sensor on a conveyor belt. The experiment was done by using a light and touch sensor to count the number of boxes on a conveyor belt. 

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1. For this experiment, the independent variable is the speed of the conveyor belt and the type of sensor used – touch sensor or light sensor. The dependent variable is the number of boxes counted. This is determined by observing and recording the counter readings. The constants (control variables) are the number of boxes and the length of the conveyer belt. 2. The touch sensor and the light sensor are installed onto the conveyor belt. One counter is connected to each sensor. The counter will be used to count the number of boxes that pass the sensors on the .....
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