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Jackie Godden
Demonstrate and explain how Newton's laws of
Motion apply to the physical world.
o LAW 1: Dominoes Lab
o LAW 2: Dominoes L...
Demonstrate and explain how friction and
gravity apply to Newton's Laws of Motion
o Ramp Lab
Demonstrate and explain the relationship
between speed and acceleration
o Dominoes Lab
Demonstrate and explain how simple machines
utilize mechanical advantage to transfer energy
(potential, kinetic, and vario...
Demonstrate and explain how alternate forms of
energy can be utilized to influence the united
states energy needs
o Persua...
Problem:
Does the amount of dominoes effect its over all
speed and acceleration?
Hypothesis:
I believe that the more domin...
 20 dominoes
 large flat space
 ruler
 tape
 scrap paper
 timer
 a calculator
1. Gather all Materials
2. Line up 5 dominoes,
separated evenly
3. Measure the distance
from domino 1 to the
last domino
4...
IV: Dominoes
DV: Speed
CV: Spaced evenly, same distance apart, same
surface, same timer, same dominoes
Amount
of
Domino
es
Trial 1 Trial 2 Trail 3 Trial 4 Average
time
Speed
5 .32 .41 .49 .54 .44 36 cm per
seconds
10 .37 .53 ...
Problem:
Does the surface of the ramp effect the speed
of the ball and how fast it falls?
Hypothesis:
I think that the sur...
 1 tote lid
 1 large tote
 1 small tote
 1 trash bag
 1 tennis ball
 Tape
 Towel
 Flexible sled for smooth texture...
 Gather all materials
 set up both totes
 Position tote at desired angle
 Tape trash bag to tote
 Roll the ball
 Tim...
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  1. 1. Jackie Godden
  2. 2. Demonstrate and explain how Newton's laws of Motion apply to the physical world. o LAW 1: Dominoes Lab o LAW 2: Dominoes Lab o LAW 3: Balloon Lab
  3. 3. Demonstrate and explain how friction and gravity apply to Newton's Laws of Motion o Ramp Lab
  4. 4. Demonstrate and explain the relationship between speed and acceleration o Dominoes Lab
  5. 5. Demonstrate and explain how simple machines utilize mechanical advantage to transfer energy (potential, kinetic, and various others) o Rube Goldberg
  6. 6. Demonstrate and explain how alternate forms of energy can be utilized to influence the united states energy needs o Persuasive Essay
  7. 7. Problem: Does the amount of dominoes effect its over all speed and acceleration? Hypothesis: I believe that the more dominoes, the greater the speed. I think this because the more dominoes, the more force, and with more force, the faster the dominoes will travel.
  8. 8.  20 dominoes  large flat space  ruler  tape  scrap paper  timer  a calculator
  9. 9. 1. Gather all Materials 2. Line up 5 dominoes, separated evenly 3. Measure the distance from domino 1 to the last domino 4. Start the timer 5. Time until the last domino falls 6. Record data 7. find speed (distance divided by time) 8. Repeat steps 2-7 two times add 5 dominoes each time 9. Record all data
  10. 10. IV: Dominoes DV: Speed CV: Spaced evenly, same distance apart, same surface, same timer, same dominoes
  11. 11. Amount of Domino es Trial 1 Trial 2 Trail 3 Trial 4 Average time Speed 5 .32 .41 .49 .54 .44 36 cm per seconds 10 .37 .53 .43 .32 .41 43.9 cm per seconds 15 .18 .16 .39 .24 .25 84 cm per second
  12. 12. Problem: Does the surface of the ramp effect the speed of the ball and how fast it falls? Hypothesis: I think that the surface will change the speed of the ball, because different surfaces cause a different amount of friction. I think that the trash bag-covered ramp will have the fastest time. I think this because the trash bag isn't clinging, like the smooth surface, and it isn't ruff like the towel. I predict that the towel will have the slowest time because of its ridges and its ruff texture. I also think that the faster the ball rolls down the ramp, the faster gravity will pull it to the ground.
  13. 13.  1 tote lid  1 large tote  1 small tote  1 trash bag  1 tennis ball  Tape  Towel  Flexible sled for smooth texture  2 timers
  14. 14.  Gather all materials  set up both totes  Position tote at desired angle  Tape trash bag to tote  Roll the ball  Time its roll  Time its fall of the edge(for seed of gravity)  Recode data  Repeat 5-8  Repeat 5-8  Remove trash bag  Tape towel  Repeat 5-8 (3 times)  Remove towel  Tape sled(smooth surface)  Repeat step 13
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