Take a look at this quote below. First tell me what this guys means, then post an example of when it is better to use illustrations than to try to describe something with words. Be specific.
Take a look at the illustration below. First, describe what each of these measurement systems are based on. As a follow up, tell me which system is best for Chemistry, for Astronomy, and for Biology; and don't forget to give me a reason why.
Physical Science Students... You have seen my attempt to break a world's record, knowing what you do about force and motion give me at least three ways in which I could get faster and break the record! I know, I know, I made a last minute change of plans. You'll see it later in the week, so hang on!
Life Science Students... Knowing what you do about the classification system (looking at differences), can you come up with a way to classify pop singers? You must include at least 10 pop singers (you must include Justin Bieber and Katy Perry) and tell us how your system works.
Look at the cartoon below and explain IN DETAIL why this is funny. For physical science students, share an equally funny cartoon analogy (or pun) created by you or someone else (cite the source) that would explain the states of matter. For life science students, come up with another energy/matter conversion that happens over a long period of time similar to fossil fuels.
There are four main abiotic components to an ecological system that are important: Energy, Water, Air, and Soil. Now, I want you to think of physical laws that exist that are important to life. I'll give one example that you can't use. Ex. Gravity is important to life because it tells which way a plant should grow and it provides the force needed for two things to have friction so they can move (like a dogs foot on the ground). This is a hard question.
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