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Use agar cubes to investigate how size impacts diffusion.
Discover the meaning of evolutionary fitness in this predator/prey simulation.
Two cylinders that look the same may roll downhill at different rates.
Construct a simple hydrometer to compare the densities of solutions.
“g,” that’s interesting! Investigating gravity.
Why the world gets dark so fast outside the circle of the campfire.
Explore a famous environmental data set to learn about climate change.
Measure the efficiency of solar cells.
Graphing can be a slippery slope to understanding.
What do you do if something looks odd in your data?
Discover the relationship between temperature and volume of a given amount of gas.
Use a slow-moving wheel to investigate position, speed, and acceleration.
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