1.) MATH 6: Complete Chapter 3 Lesson 6 Worksheet and textbook questions 1, 3, and 6.
MATH 7 FARRELL: Return quiz and 3 worksheets.
MATH 7 VAN: Pg. 21 Qu #1-5
2.) SICK SCIENCE: Complete page 1 and 2 of your worksheets. Click here to view the density table from the textbook.
3.) POST A RESPONSE: (2 Questions)
- Today, you learned more about density. You learned that depending on the density of a solution/liquid, it will affect whether or not an object will sink or float in it. To see the short video clips we watched in class, click on the 3 links below this section to review what you saw in class.
- USEFUL INFORMATION FOR THE QUESTIONS BELOW: We know that a bowling ball with a density of greater than 1.0 g/cm3 would absolutely sink in water. Water has a density of 1.0g/cm3.
- QUESTION 1: What do you think would happen if you placed a bowling ball (DENISTY = 1.15 g/cm3) into a swimming pool full of salt water with a density of about 1.24 g/cm3?
- QUESTION 2: What do you think would happen if you placed a bowling ball (DENSITY = 1.55g/cm3) into a swimming pool full of salt water with a density of about 1.24 g/cm3?
- In both of your responses, be sure to mention why you believe the bowling ball will sink or float and YOU MUST mention the different densities mentioned above in each question.