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Graphing can be a slippery slope to understanding.
Substitute coins for radiation.
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.
Model the behavior of light reflecting off soap film surfaces.
Measure acceleration with spaghetti and marshmallows.
Make a stationary triangle appear on a spinning wheel.
Make predictions about water temperature and salinity using tidal data.
Use air pressure to calculate the weight of a car.
Use index cards to show how light plus light equals dark.
Have a gas with the conservation of mass.
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