Monday, September 8, 2014

Mystery Box

Introduction to Physical Science
Today we made observations of a mystery box and infered what the internal surfaces contours may be. 
Draw a side view and  top view of what you think it looks like inside the box.  List observations that support your inference. 

Collaborate with other scientists in your community to verify your observations. Conclude. Give an example of real-world situation in which a scientist cannot open up something to "see" if they infered accurately. How did other scientistts help you? 

I'm sorry that I didn't rotate the image!  Just turn your head a little to the right...:)

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