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  • Nadith's science fair 2012

    1. 1. Does Melting Ice effect the Sea level
    2. 2. Does Melting Ice effect the Sea level Nadiths Science Fair 2012
    3. 3. Does Melting Ice effect the Sea level Nadiths Science Fair 2012
    4. 4. Aim:To find if melting ice effects the sea level.
    5. 5. Aim:To find if melting ice effects the sea level. Hypothesis:I think all the containers will have the same water level.
    6. 6. Application• My application was to see if all the icebergs and Arctic melt would the sea level rise and in our experiment we found out that it wouldnt but in my opinion if the ice in Antarctica melt the sea I think would rise.
    7. 7. Process
    8. 8. Process1.Freeze water in the measured
    9. 9. Process1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each
    10. 10. Process1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the
    11. 11. Process1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each
    12. 12. Process 1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each5. Draw a line where the water level
    13. 13. Process 1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each 5. Draw a line where the water level6.Wait until ice is melted.
    14. 14. Process 1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each 5. Draw a line where the water level6.Wait until ice is melted.7.When ice is melted pour water back into measuring jug to see if water level has changed
    15. 15. Process 1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each 5. Draw a line where the water level6.Wait until ice is melted.7.When ice is melted pour water back into measuring jug to see if water level has changed 8. Record
    16. 16. Process 1.Freeze water in the measured 2. Place one ice cube in each 3.Release the ice from the 4. Place 600mL water in each 5. Draw a line where the water level6.Wait until ice is melted.7.When ice is melted pour water back into measuring jug to see if water level has changed 8. Record Repeat if
    17. 17. Independent Variables
    18. 18. Independent Variables• Melting ice cubes.• Level of water after ice melts.• Temperature change of the water.
    19. 19. Dependent Variables
    20. 20. Dependent Variables• Size of ice cube.• Amount of water.• Shape of ice cube.
    21. 21. Average • Range1/4 cup 50ml• Median1/4 cup 645ml• Median1/2 cup 720ml • Range 1/2 cup 230ml• Median 1 cup 760ml • Range 1 cup 210ml• Mode 1/4 cup 660ml • Mean 1/4 cup 636.25ml• Mode1/2 cup No mode • Mean 1/2 730ml• Mode1 cup No Mode • Mean 1 cup 802.5
    22. 22. My results
    23. 23. My resultsResults:1 cup 745 mlHalf a cup 620mlQuarter of a cup about 615mlResults 2:1 cup 750 mlHalf a cup 630 mlQuarter of a cup 575 mlResults 3:1 cup 775mlHalf a cup 675mlQuarter of a cup 635ml
    24. 24. Results My resultsResults:1 cup 745 mlHalf a cup 620mlQuarter of a cup about 615mlResults 2:1 cup 750 mlHalf a cup 630 mlQuarter of a cup 575 mlResults 3:1 cup 775mlHalf a cup 675mlQuarter of a cup 635ml
    25. 25. Results My results Results Morgan 1 cup:950mlResults:1 cup 745 ml Half a cup:850mlHalf a cup 620ml Quarter of a cup:Quarter of a cup about 615mlResults 2:1 cup 750 mlHalf a cup 630 mlQuarter of a cup 575 mlResults 3:1 cup 775mlHalf a cup 675mlQuarter of a cup 635ml
    26. 26. Results My results Results Morgan 1 cup:950mlResults:1 cup 745 ml Half a cup:850mlHalf a cup 620ml Quarter of a cup:Quarter of a cup about 615ml Results Nithyan 1 cup:740mlResults 2:1 cup 750 ml Half a cup:720mlHalf a cup 630 ml Quarter of a cup: 660mlQuarter of a cup 575 mlResults 3:1 cup 775mlHalf a cup 675mlQuarter of a cup 635ml
    27. 27. Results My results Results Morgan 1 cup:950mlResults:1 cup 745 ml Half a cup:850mlHalf a cup 620ml Quarter of a cup:Quarter of a cup about 615ml Results Nithyan 1 cup:740mlResults 2:1 cup 750 ml Half a cup:720mlHalf a cup 630 ml Quarter of a cup: 660mlQuarter of a cup 575 ml Results Kai MingResults 3:1 cup 775ml 1 cup:775ml Half a cup:N/AHalf a cup 675ml Quarter cup:Quarter of a cup 635ml 610ml
    28. 28. Results Results from My results group Results Morgan 1 cup:950mlResults:1 cup 745 ml Half a cup:850mlHalf a cup 620ml Quarter of a cup:Quarter of a cup about 615ml Results Nithyan 1 cup:740mlResults 2:1 cup 750 ml Half a cup:720mlHalf a cup 630 ml Quarter of a cup: 660mlQuarter of a cup 575 ml Results Kai MingResults 3:1 cup 775ml 1 cup:775ml Half a cup:N/AHalf a cup 675ml Quarter cup:Quarter of a cup 635ml 610ml
    29. 29. Conclusion
    30. 30. ConclusionIn the end my hypothesis was kind of right but the right thing that happened was they all had the same water level but they had different amounts of water and we found out the mass of the ice cube pushes the wateraway from its way and found out that if all icebergs melt the sea level wont rise.
    31. 31. Pictures of experiment
    32. 32. Pictures of experiment
    33. 33. Pictures of experiment
    34. 34. Pictures of experiment
    35. 35. Thank You For Watching
    36. 36. Thank You For Watching The End

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