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  1. page Rube Goldberg Project 2016 edited ... Lab Question: The goal of our project was to get a piece of paper into a recycling can. Our pr…
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    Lab Question: The goal of our project was to get a piece of paper into a recycling can. Our problem was how were we going to do it like Rube Goldberg.
    Hypothesis: If we follow the plans to make the project then we will have it compete .
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    a table. {https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/mKeAda5A3e6AZYUdskA2MRza0ev8mqRP3RTNbVyASTppzPpNAiwKMr899JW96mlwk6bXmQ=s190} JPEG Image
    Procedure: 1) you must make two inclined planes in 123D 2) Next you will need a screw also in 123D 3) once you 3D print them you need 3 dominos and a marble 4) then put them in front of each other. 5) Your finished.
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    the marble. {https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/eU8VEV3u2C41Rw3gG7nmTFt1DovNAvigCW8kTx2CHG3-9aJV_IpPQ0e52CL44-P24o6h9g=s190} Video
    Data Analysis: we followed our plan and became successful because the marble hit the piece of paper in the trash.
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  2. page Rube Goldberg Project 2016 edited ... Materials: 123D, legos, dominos, marbles, Scratch, recycling can, paper, and a table. Procedu…
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    Materials: 123D, legos, dominos, marbles, Scratch, recycling can, paper, and a table.
    Procedure: 1) you must make two inclined planes in 123D 2) Next you will need a screw also in 123D 3) once you 3D print them you need 3 dominos and a marble 4) then put them in front of each other. 5) Your finished.
    Observations: What did you observe when you performedThe piece of paper wasn't knocked down by the experiment. Again, no personal pronouns. You can adddoor instead the video here. You can give credit to your Videographer and On Air Talent.marble.
    Data Analysis: What happened when youwe followed your schematic? Were you successful? Were you notour plan and became successful and why? What adjustments did you make and why?because the marble hit the piece of paper in the trash.
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    Conclusion: From what you observed, how would youthe answer your original question? Does the project support the hypothesis?
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    is to your Wiki Master and Project Manager here.use simple machines to do it like Rube Goldberg.
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Tuesday, May 24

  1. page rubegolberg20202406 edited ... Hypothesis: We're going to find out how hard and how much thinking you need to do for the proj…
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    Hypothesis: We're going to find out how hard and how much thinking you need to do for the project. We will also see if our plan worked.
    Materials: Tape, foam, domino's, screw, pant, and water. Lead Acquisitions #1 Jamere B./ marbles, Lead Acquisitions #2 Blaise G./domino's, Lead Acquisitions #3 Henry P./ foam, tape, Lead Acquisitions #4 Synii H./ a plant and a water bottle.
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    with wheels. It may be helpful to provide a picture to diagram your experimental setup. If you want a picture of the schematic to be uploaded, ask Mr. Sheng to do it for you. {https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/9RSq_8nr430TmthriOVjOcF8FrNF98t15wDmAmbzRcVOLbn_H2SVJeDNBzTjpsHCyoVgwQ=w1325-h503} Henry/ Illustrator
    Observations: The Wild Things realized that the inclined plane was messed up and the domino's and the books needed to be adjusted.
    You can add the video here. Videographer:Videographer: Jamere B.
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    Synii Holland
    Data Analysis: We realized that when the marble may touch the domino's then maybe it won't so we made two lines of domino's so it will the domino's no matter what. We think that we were all successful. We adjusted the domino's, books and the inclined plane . We did that because then if the marble didn't hit the domino's and if the domino's didn't travel up the books and hit the water bottle then it wouldn't work the way we wanted it to work.
    Conclusion: How do we fully realize that we are finished observing and fixing so everything is perfect. The project does support the hypothesis.
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  2. page 20202607rubegoldberglab edited ... Hypothesis: If we build our machine well, then we will achieve our goal. Materials: K'nex, Le…
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    Hypothesis: If we build our machine well, then we will achieve our goal.
    Materials: K'nex, Lego WEdo, cardboard box, plastic ball, dominoes
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    Illustrator, Aidan Furtek.F.
    Observations: When
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    faster than I expected. Something else was that our group only used half of our screw.
    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4RLZNijbHZ0WGJIaHZkMURITWM&usp=sharing&tid=0B4RLZNijbHZ0OGY4TjlKVTVxX0k
    Special thanks to our group's videographer, Aidan F., and our On-Air Talent, Gabe F.

    Data Analysis: What happened when you followed your schematic? Were you successful? Were you not successful and why? What adjustments did you make and why?During our group's experiment, we succeeded. However, we had to simplify our design.
    Conclusion: From what you observed, howI would you answer your original question? Doesthat it is important to build the machine well, but that sometimes simplifying is necessary. I think the project did support the hypothesis?
    Give credit
    hypothesis.
    Special thanks
    to yourour Wiki MasterMaster, Gabe F., and our Project Manager here.
    Manager, Aidan F.
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  4. page rubegolberg20202406 edited ... Materials: Tape, foam, domino's, screw, pant, and water. Lead Acquisitions #1 Jamere B./ marbl…
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    Materials: Tape, foam, domino's, screw, pant, and water. Lead Acquisitions #1 Jamere B./ marbles, Lead Acquisitions #2 Blaise G./domino's, Lead Acquisitions #3 Henry P./ foam, tape, Lead Acquisitions #4 Synii H./ a plant and a water bottle.
    Procedure: First there will be a spiral staircase witch is a screw and a marble will go down and it will go through a ramp witch is an inclined plane and at some point it will hit some domino's that will soon hit each other and will knock down a cup of water and will probably go down another ramp and go to a plant on a little platform with wheels. It may be helpful to provide a picture to diagram your experimental setup. If you want a picture of the schematic to be uploaded, ask Mr. Sheng to do it for you. Henry/ Illustrator and Blaise/ Scribe. Synii H. Lead Designer#1/ ramp, Jamere B. Lead Designer #2/spiral starcase, and Blaise G. Lead Designer #3/wheel and axle. Lead Programmer for 123D is Henry P. Henry also found out there was a screw in our machine.
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    be adjusted. You
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    Data Analysis: We realized that when the marble may touch the domino's then maybe it won't so we made two lines of domino's so it will the domino's no matter what. We think that we were all successful. We adjusted the domino's, books and the inclined plane . We did that because then if the marble didn't hit the domino's and if the domino's didn't travel up the books and hit the water bottle then it wouldn't work the way we wanted it to work.
    Conclusion: How do we fully realize that we are finished observing and fixing so everything is perfect. The project does support the hypothesis.
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  5. page 20202601Greenhouseproject edited ... In agriculture and gardening, a cold frame is a transparent-roofed enclosure, built low to the…
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    In agriculture and gardening, a cold frame is a transparent-roofed enclosure, built low to the ground, used to protect plants from adverse weather, primarily excessive cold or wet. The transparent top admits sunlight and prevents heat escape via convection that would otherwise occur, particularly at night. Essentially, a cold frame functions as a miniature greenhouse to extend the growing season.
    Cold frames are found in home gardens and in vegetable farming. They create microclimates that provide several degrees of air and soil temperature insulation, and shelter from wind. In cold-winter regions, these characteristics allow plants to be started earlier in the spring, and to survive longer into the fall and winter.
    Data Analysis/Results: {https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/Afp8bq9TwuNUZP-SdoBXn1bwCjwekHuNMdnkeGnRrZ__7eJaepsUPfuH45ZVg9lCWz8V4g=w1325-h523}
    Definition of Greenhouse
    Definition of Cold Frame
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    7) If you had more time and/or different materials, what would you have done differently?
    Goal: Keep your plant alive until May 3. Once frame is in, you cannot touch the plant or the frame. Walls no wider than 60cm; must use at least six water bottles; has to fit size of plant; can’t blow away
    Conclusion: We had to build a greenhouse to keep the plant alive.
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  6. page 20202601Greenhouseproject edited ... Lab Question/Problem: How can we keep our plant alive. Hypothesis: If we build a greenhouse, …
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    Lab Question/Problem: How can we keep our plant alive.
    Hypothesis: If we build a greenhouse, it would protect the plant.
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    bubble wrap, a fullsix water bottle,bottles , and a tube.
    Observations: We all had to build a green house so the plant can stay alive, one of the observations are that the greenhouse had to have humidity because there was a full water bottle that gives the water to the plant, so humidity would rise the water which would give the water to the plant.

    A greenhouse is a structural building with different types of covering materials, such as a glass or plastic roof and frequently glass or plastic walls; it heats up because incoming visible sunshine is absorbed inside the structure. Air warmed by the heat from warmed interior surfaces is retained in the building by the roof and wall; the air that is warmed near the ground is prevented from rising indefinitely and flowing away.
    In agriculture and gardening, a cold frame is a transparent-roofed enclosure, built low to the ground, used to protect plants from adverse weather, primarily excessive cold or wet. The transparent top admits sunlight and prevents heat escape via convection that would otherwise occur, particularly at night. Essentially, a cold frame functions as a miniature greenhouse to extend the growing season.
    Cold frames are found in home gardens and in vegetable farming. They create microclimates that provide several degrees of air and soil temperature insulation, and shelter from wind. In cold-winter regions, these characteristics allow plants to be started earlier in the spring, and to survive longer into the fall and winter.
    Data Analysis/Results:
    Definition of Greenhouse
    Definition of Cold Frame
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  7. page Rube Goldburg Project 20202602 edited Rube Goldberg Project ... Goldberg Project; James James B, Jack ... Mason H Lead Le…

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    Lead Designer #3/Simple Machine (can have assistants): James B
    Lead Acquisitions for Design #1 (can have assistants): Jack D
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    Scribe:Jack D
    Videographer: Matthew G
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    Air Talent:
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    Lead Designer #2/Simple Machine :
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    can we makeget a Rube
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    helps the environment.environment?
    Hypothesis: If
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    more simple machinesmachines, our project
    Materials: K'nex, Lego Wedo, dominoes, a water bottle, and a golf ball. James B had to get K'nex, Mason H had to bring a plant, and Jack D had to get Legos.
    Procedure: Make a detailed list ofThis is how Double MJ's Rube
    Goldberg machine works: first
    the steps of your project. No personal pronouns (I, we, he, she, you, they, us,Adaptive Kicker, which is the first simple machine, hits the two dominoes stacked on each other, which is the second simple machine. Then it hits the wheel and so on.) It may be helpful to provideaxle, which is the third simple machine, and knocks down a picture to diagram your experimental setup. If you want a picturebunch of dominoes. Next, it hits a golf ball and the schematic to be uploaded, ask Mr. Sheng to dogolf ball rolls down an inclined plan, which is the fourth simple machine. Next, it for you. Give credit to your Illustrator. You can listrolls down a screw, which is the Lead Designers offifth simple machine, and hits a pulley, which is the sixth simple machinesmachine, and knocks down a water bottle to water a plant. Thank you Mason our illustrator, and thank you to our lead programmer here. You can put the Scribe's work here.designers, James B, Mason H, and Matthew G. Thank you Jack D our Scribe and Lego Wedo programmer.
    Observations: When
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    prior weight. What did you observe when you performed
    This is
    the experiment. Again, no personal pronouns. You can add the video here. You can give creditvideo.
    Double MJ
    Thank you
    to your VideographerMason H and On Air Talent.
    Data
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    not successful the first time because the
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    our hypothesis.
    Give credit to your Wiki Master

    Thank you James B, our project manager
    and Project Manager here.our wiki master, we could not have done it without you.

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