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up the larger ball first. The larger magnitude, be it weight, height, cost, or temperature, will make the smaller magnitude seem proportionally smaller than it actually is. The opposite is true as well. A smaller magnitude will make the larger magnitude appear larger than it is. In this experiment you will demonstrate this phenomenon in experimental conditions.
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to recall the details of the image. Results of the experiment will demonstrate if music actually makes a difference in memory, and if so, whether this differs between genders.
Ever see water striders (A type of insect) travel across the surface of pond water? Have you ever seen what happens when you add oil to water? Both examples demonstrate the concept of surface tension, a condition where the molecules of a substance are so closely attracted to each other that they form a barrier. The clinging water molecules form a barrier strong enough to support both the water
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project demonstrates a basic concept of engineering to help us understand why certain shapes are used, and which shapes withstand the most force.
Demonstrate that seasons exist because of the tilt of the earth and its impact on the intensity of the sunlight at a given location.
Difficulty: Elementary school
One of the most dramatic experiments to perform is the demonstration of the blind spot. The blind spot is the area on the retina without receptors that respond to light. Therefore an image that falls on this region will NOT be seen. It is in this region that the optic nerve exits the eye on its way to the brain. To find your blind spot, look at the image below or draw it on a piece of paper:
Difficulty: Elementary school
What is air pressure? Did you know you can make something that will measure air pressure? You can actually do a bit of weather predicting from a simple made-at-home piece of equipment.
Difficulty: Elementary school
A Tsunami (Japanese for 'harbour wave') is a wave generated by an undersea earthquake,landslip or volcanic eruption so if you want to demonstrate what causes a tsunami rarher than it effect that it may have then we have to think about simulating an undersea earthquake.
Difficulty: Elementary school
When rocks are worn down by water, wind, or other means, that is weathering. Soil is made up of weathered rock particles, so without weathering, there would be no soil. Try the following activities to see how rocks can weather.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Erosion is the loss of soil from the land. It is a process that is always occuring but it can happen faster if we misuse the land.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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