Homework for the Week of April 8

1)  Complete Matter at Home quiz

*If you lose/eat your Peep before the experiment, substitute with a marshmallow!  Or get your own Peep!

Due date:

Block I: Wednesday, April 10

Block II: Friday, April 12

Block III: Thursday, April 11


2)  Read “Electric Charge and Static Electricity”

3)  Complete HW#28: Positive contact

Due date:

Block I: next Monday, April 15

Block II: next Tuesday, April 16

Block III: next Monday, April 15

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5 Responses to Homework for the Week of April 8

  1. asya says:

    Tiff, flour is a solid but if you blow it, it acts like a liquid because it forms the shape of the container. Should I just write ⬆ on my paper.

    • tifftai says:

      mmm….i would say it doesn’t really act like a liquid because you do have to blow on it (move it) in order for it to fill the container. you’re moving it with a gas which does fill the container, but the substance (the flour) does not. does that make sense?

  2. andrecool23 says:

    Hi Tiff,
    It would be really helpful if I could possibly have an extension to next monday because tomorrow I got to Tristan’s house and you said it can’t be a collaborative effort, then on thursday i have soccer practice again. So I never really have time to do the quiz.

    Would be super helpful.

  3. LuciaDardis says:

    Hey Tiff,
    The homework, positive contact was only one sided. I found the other side of it on your blog but I am not sure if i should print it out and do both sides. The other blocks said that you just had to do the first side but I’m not sure.


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