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### My Unit Project

1. 1. My Unit Project<br />By<br />Dianne Danica Venosa<br />Nicolette Rae N. Bencito<br />
2. 2. Overview<br />Yum-Yums<br /> Measures the amount of popsicles eaten<br /> Based on how many popsicles eaten in half an hour<br />Yum-Bites<br />Conversion Factor<br />1 yum-bite = 5 yum-yums<br />
3. 3. Trials<br />Trial 1<br />Ate in the sun<br />Popsicles were frozen<br />Trial 2<br />Ate in the shade<br />Popsicles were slightly melted<br />
4. 4. Trials<br />Trial 3<br />Ate in the cafeteria<br />Popsicles were mostly melted into slush<br />Trial 4<br />Ate outside at night<br />Popsicles were frozen<br />
5. 5. Data Table<br />
6. 6. Data Conversions<br />Trial 1<br />13 yum-yums/1 * 1 yum bite/5 yum- yums = 2.6 yum-bites<br />8 yum-yums/1 * 1 yum-bite/5 yum- yums= 1.6 yum-bites<br />Trial 2<br />11 yum-yums/1 * 1 yum-bite/5 yum-yums= 2.2 yum-bites<br />10 yum-bites/1 * 1 yum-bite/ 5 yum-yums= 2.2 yum-bites<br />
7. 7. Data Conversions<br />Trial 3<br />10 yum-yums/ 1 * 1 yum-bite/ 5 yum-yums = 2 yum-bites<br />11 yum-yums/1 * 1 yum-bite/ 5 yum-yums = 2.2 yum-bites<br />Trial 4<br />8 yum-yums/ 1 * 1 yum-bite/ 5 yum-yums = 1. 6 yum-bites<br />6 yum-yums/ 1 * 1 yum-bite/ 5 yum-yums = 1.2 yum-bites<br />
8. 8. Comparison<br />Liquid Measurements (US)<br />Based on the traditional British wine gallon (231 cubic inches)<br /> 8 ounces =1 cup<br />2 cups = 1 pint<br />2 pints = 1 quart<br />4 quarts = 1 gallon<br />
9. 9. Comparison<br />Distance Measurements (US)<br />Based on body parts<br />1 foot= 12 inches<br />3 feet= 1 yard<br />5280 feet= 1 mile<br />1760 yards= 1 mile<br />
10. 10. Comparison<br />Comparison<br />Both measures quantity (water, distance, popsicles)<br />Both have a conversion factor<br />Not as good as the other measurements for it is only number based <br />
11. 11. Reflection<br />Creation of Unit<br />Keep track of popsicle intake<br />Help with inventory<br />First Unit to be based on popsicles<br />Who will use it?<br />Ice cream sellers<br />Popsicle eaters throughout the world<br />
12. 12. Reflection<br />What to improve<br />Elaborated conversion factors<br />Make measurement more general<br />
13. 13. The End !<br />