Will melting ice make   water level rise?
Will melting ice make   water level rise?
Aim
AimTo find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
AimTo find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
To find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
Hypothesis
HypothesisI think the waterlevel will rise
HypothesisI think the waterlevel will rise
I think the waterlevel will rise
Equipment
Equipment3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
Equipment3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
Method
Method 1.Freeze water in the measured cups.2.Release the ice from the containers.3. Place one ice cube in each container.4...
 1.Freeze water in the measured cups.2.Release the ice from the containers.3. Place one ice cube in each container.4. Plac...
Kai Ming        NadithNithyan         MorganNadith 2 test
ResultsHow much it rose           Kai Ming        Nadith           Nithyan         Morgan           Nadith 2 test
Results  How much it rose                                                   Kai Ming        Nadith                        ...
Results  How much it rose                                                           Kai Ming        Nadith                ...
Kai Ming        Nadith                                                           Nithyan         Morgan                   ...
Kai Ming        Nadith        Nithyan         Morgan        Nadith 2 test                                           400   ...
Kai Ming        NadithNithyan         MorganNadith 2 test
Variables
VariablesIndependent variablesThe size of the ice cubeDependentWater level, volume of waterControlSame amount of water, sa...
Independent variablesThe size of the ice cubeDependentWater level, volume of waterControlSame amount of water, same time a...
Application
ApplicationThe purpose of thisExperiment is tofind out ifAntarctic melts willit flood peoplehomes and animalshabitats
The purpose of thisExperiment is tofind out ifAntarctic melts willit flood peoplehomes and animalshabitats
Conclusion
ConclusionThe appearance didnt change but thevolume of water did because we putthe ice cube in first so the if objet isbig...
The appearance didnt change but thevolume of water did because we putthe ice cube in first so the if objet isbig the more ...
Pictures
Pictures
Pictures1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
Kai ming's science fair
Kai ming's science fair
Kai ming's science fair
Kai ming's science fair
Kai ming's science fair
Kai ming's science fair
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  • Kai ming's science fair

    1. 1. Will melting ice make water level rise?
    2. 2. Will melting ice make water level rise?
    3. 3. Aim
    4. 4. AimTo find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
    5. 5. AimTo find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
    6. 6. To find out ifmelting ice makeswater level rise.
    7. 7. Hypothesis
    8. 8. HypothesisI think the waterlevel will rise
    9. 9. HypothesisI think the waterlevel will rise
    10. 10. I think the waterlevel will rise
    11. 11. Equipment
    12. 12. Equipment3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
    13. 13. Equipment3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
    14. 14. 3 ice cream containers1 cup,1/2 cup,1/4 cupMeasuring jug
    15. 15. Method
    16. 16. Method 1.Freeze water in the measured cups.2.Release the ice from the containers.3. Place one ice cube in each container.4. Place 600mL water in each container.5. Draw a line where the water level is.6.Wait until ice is melted. ]7.When ice is melted pour water back into measuring jug to see ifwater level has changed8. Record results.
    17. 17.  1.Freeze water in the measured cups.2.Release the ice from the containers.3. Place one ice cube in each container.4. Place 600mL water in each container.5. Draw a line where the water level is.6.Wait until ice is melted. ]7.When ice is melted pour water back into measuring jug to see ifwater level has changed8. Record results.
    18. 18. Kai Ming NadithNithyan MorganNadith 2 test
    19. 19. ResultsHow much it rose Kai Ming Nadith Nithyan Morgan Nadith 2 test
    20. 20. Results How much it rose Kai Ming Nadith Nithyan Morgan Nadith 2 testTotal 1/4 cups. Total 1/2 cups. Total 1 cupMean 385ml. Mean 703.75ml Mean 792mlMedian 620ml. Median 675ml. Median 750mlMode 660ml. Mode none. Mode noneRange 85ml. Range 235ml. Range 210ml
    21. 21. Results How much it rose Kai Ming Nadith Nithyan Morgan Nadith 2 test 400Total 1/4 cups. Total 1/2 cups. Total 1 cup 300Mean 385ml. Mean 703.75ml Mean 792mlMedian 620ml. Median 675ml. Median 750ml 200Mode 660ml. Mode none. Mode none 1 CUP 100Range 85ml. Range 235ml. Range 210ml 1/2 cup 0 1/4 cup -100
    22. 22. Kai Ming Nadith Nithyan Morgan Nadith 2 test 400Total 1/4 cups. Total 1/2 cups. Total 1 cup 300Mean 385ml. Mean 703.75ml Mean 792mlMedian 620ml. Median 675ml. Median 750ml 200Mode 660ml. Mode none. Mode none 1 CUP 100Range 85ml. Range 235ml. Range 210ml 1/2 cup 0 1/4 cup -100
    23. 23. Kai Ming Nadith Nithyan Morgan Nadith 2 test 400 300 2001 CUP 100 1/2 cup 0 1/4 cup -100
    24. 24. Kai Ming NadithNithyan MorganNadith 2 test
    25. 25. Variables
    26. 26. VariablesIndependent variablesThe size of the ice cubeDependentWater level, volume of waterControlSame amount of water, same time and place
    27. 27. Independent variablesThe size of the ice cubeDependentWater level, volume of waterControlSame amount of water, same time and place
    28. 28. Application
    29. 29. ApplicationThe purpose of thisExperiment is tofind out ifAntarctic melts willit flood peoplehomes and animalshabitats
    30. 30. The purpose of thisExperiment is tofind out ifAntarctic melts willit flood peoplehomes and animalshabitats
    31. 31. Conclusion
    32. 32. ConclusionThe appearance didnt change but thevolume of water did because we putthe ice cube in first so the if objet isbig the more it rises so when wemarked it it didnt rise but when wemeasured it it had raised
    33. 33. The appearance didnt change but thevolume of water did because we putthe ice cube in first so the if objet isbig the more it rises so when wemarked it it didnt rise but when wemeasured it it had raised
    34. 34. Pictures
    35. 35. Pictures
    36. 36. Pictures1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
    37. 37. 1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
    38. 38. 1 cup.1/2cup1/4 cup
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