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### Influencing a Coin Flip

Find out whether the outcome of a coin flip can be influenced by the person flipping the coin.The purpose of this experiment is to determine first the probability of a coin landing heads or tails and ...

### Nine: The Biggest Little Number

To show and explore how exponents are used.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected to the content. If you want to download the p ...

### An Average Day's Walk

In this experiment, students should use advanced math skills to find out how far a person walks on an average day and determine how long it would take that person to walk around the world and to the m ...

### Linear Modeling and Titrating of Drug Dosages

In this experiment, students will obtain recommended drug dosages from everyday pharmaceutical products and evaluate if they can be fit to a linear model. Students will then use their linear models to ...

### How High Is That?

This project explores ways to measure the heights of objects located out of reach. Project Goals: To illustrate the different ways in which extreme height can be measured. To develop new and improved ...

### Sound Localization: Judging Sound Direction

What? Where? If you can tell when someone’s sneaking up on you, your ears might have a good sound localization ability, meaning they're great at judging sound direction. How well do people sense the d ...

### Measure Twice!

Determine whether it is possible for different measurements of the same objects can have different valuesIntroductionIt is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this reso ...

### Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature

In mathematics, the Fibonacci numbers form a sequence. You start with 0 and 1, and produce the subsequent numbers in the Fibonacci sequence by adding the two previous numbers. Fibonacci sequences have ...

### Flat Earth? Not Really!

A common misconception is that explorers like Columbus sailed to sea to prove that the earth is not flat. It has been known for thousands of years that not only is the earth NOT flat, but its circumfe ...

### Playing with Probability

Probability expresses the likelihood or odds of something to happen. If the weather forecasts 20% chances of rain odds are that it will not rain. Another example of probability are raffles. You put yo ...