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Project title Strategy games and spatial reasoningFeatured science projectScience project video
Difficulty Level High school
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This science fair project was performed to ascertain if playing strategic games and solving puzzles regularly will help to improve a person's spatial reasoning skill. The science project experiment involved a chess player, a Sudoku specialist, a rubix cube expert and a person who is not interested in puzzles or strategic games. 

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1. For this science fair project, the independent variable is the participant’s skill – a chess player, sudoku enthusiast, rubix cube expert and non-player. The dependent variable is his ability to reconstruct the Lego construction seen in the picture. This is determined by inspecting the Lego construction completed by the participants and counting the correct number of tiles used. The constants (control variables) are the number of Lego tiles used in construction, the length of time the participants are allowed to look at the photo and the time given to the participants to reconstruct the shape seen in the .....
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