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No one knows for sure if intelligent extraterrestrial life exists or ever existed. But many believe intelligent beings live elsewhere, despite a complete lack of compelling physical evidence. Why do s ...
The birthday paradox states that in a room of just 23 people, there is a 50/50 chance that two people will have same birthday. In a room of 75, there is a 99.9% chance of finding two people with the s ...
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 ...
This experiment will introduce students to the mathematical modeling of biological processes. Students will fit the growth pattern of bacteria to a mathematical model and predict future colony expansi ...
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 ...
Fractals are on the cutting edge of mathematics because deep exploration of their properties was not possible without modern technology. Basically, a fractal is a geometric shape that is self-similar, ...
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 ...
This experiment will explore whether fractals really repeat themselves infinitely. Are fractals really self-similar? How far must one zoom into a fractal to find an exact replica of the whole fractal? ...
Origami is an ancient Japanese art form that’s wildly popular among the arts & crafts crowd.But most of us don’t realize that techniques used in standard origami folding have aided the design and deve ...
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 ...