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Exploring Physical Science (VR158600)

£27.00

Experiments

Experiments Suggested Product
Introduction to Data Collection Go Direct Temperature Probe
Fun with Pressure Go Direct™ Gas Pressure Sensor
Boiling Temperature of Water Go Direct Temperature Probe
Freezing Temperature of Water Go Direct Temperature Probe
How Low Can You Go? Go Direct Temperature Probe
Freezer Bag Ice Cream No probeware used
A Good Cold Pack Go Direct Temperature Probe
Cooling Rates: Shaq vs. Suzie Go Direct Temperature Probe
Friction Go Direct™ Force and Acceleration Sensor
First Class Levers Go Direct™ Force and Acceleration Sensor
Pulleys Go Direct™ Force and Acceleration Sensor
Buoyancy Go Direct™ Force and Acceleration Sensor
Graphing Your Motion Go Direct™ Motion Detector
Speeding Up Go Direct™ Motion Detector, Go Direct® Sensor Cart
The Indy 100 Go Direct™ Motion Detector
Pencil Car No probeware used
Crash Dummies Go Direct™ Motion Detector
Falling Objects Go Direct™ Motion Detector
A Speedy Slide Go Direct™ Motion Detector
A Hot Hand Go Direct Temperature Probe
A Good Sock Go Direct Temperature Probe
Lemon “Juice” Go Direct™ Voltage Probe
Reflectivity of Light Go Direct™ Light and Colour Sensor
Mapping a Magnetic Field Go Direct™ 3-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor
Electromagnets Go Direct™ 3-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor
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What's Include

  • Instructions for data collection with Graphical Analysis 4
  • Essential instructor information including teaching tips, suggested answers, and sample data and graphs
  • Word-processing files of the student experiments, so you can edit the files to match your teaching preferences
  • A generous site license—buy one e-book and duplicate the experiments for your class
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Exploring Physical Science Go Direct® Package contains the following Go Direct sensors: Temperature (×2), Gas Pressure, Force and Acceleration, Motion Detector, Voltage, 3-Axis Magnetic Field, and Light and Color.