This is a picture of the ocean and the reason I’m scared of it is cause we have discovered very little of it and this causes me to get the fear of the unknown cause when something touches my leg or when I see something moving ic could be nothing or it could be the biggest fish in the world we don’t know what is out there and that is why it scares me.
this is the baby i made with Reagan
we rolled wrote out our traits and rolled dice to decide what the baby had.
her skin color is light brown, she has dark brown eyes, with brown hair, and large dimples.
How does the coin flip relate to the probability of inheriting genetic conditions?
the flip coin represents real life because there is usually a 50/50 chance for each trait and the coin flip also has a 50/50 chance
How does this simulation accurately represent or not represent real life?
this is a prime example of real life cause if one thing over powers the other is is shown very clearly. as it did so in this experiment.
Did you identify any prejudices you might have about what traits you find “desirable”? Where do you think these prejudices come from?
we could not find any traits that were desirable in this baby we had.
This is our Rube Goldberg project.
Steps: a phone vibrates causing the ball to fall off and hit another ball, the ball then goes down a ramp and hits a stick that rotates and pushes another ball, that ball goes through a bottle lid, across a path of straws and falls into a bottle cap, the cap has a string attached which pulls a straw holding a ball and the ball goes down a ramp and hits dominos, the dominos fall into a path and ring a bell
Energy transfers: vibration to kinetic, kinetic to gravitational potential, potential to kinetic
- Do you think that governments today should be held responsible for decisions and actions taken by previous governments?
No they should not be help responsible for what other people have done in there time of rule but this dose not go to say they shouldt do anything about it at all cause yes they them selves are not responsible but should do something to show that they care or even aknolage what there protosessers have done wrong.
- Write a three paragraph response to the above question. Your first paragraph should focus on the main arguments from one point of view, the second on arguments from the other and your final paragraph stating your position on the issue.
Yes they ar eat fault cause things today still have some of these things going around like people still get called thingd and people still get miss treated but the government just stands there and watches but on the other hand So if you say yes they should be held responsible for what there protosessers have done then why the goverments today have not done those things to why should they be to blame for something that they a have never done In there life so there is two sides me personally im with its not there fault cause they have tried to learn from what there protosessers have done and moved away frm there ways.
Molecules move around and collide when temperature is higher. Analogy- When it is colder outside not many people are out moving around, but when it is hotter out people will go outside and get active and they will be moving around, which means more collisions will happen with others.
More concentration means more collisions, concentration is the amount. Analogy- More cars drive during traffic hour which means during this time there will be more collisions and car crashes.
Is when molecules go on to the outside of an object then goes onto the other layers of the object and then makes it way into the middle. Analogy- In the amazing race the people, which are the molecules, enter the race, which means they are attracting onto the outside, and then run the race until they get to the finish line, which is the middle of an object.
These speed up reactions by finding two to match up. It’s like a shortcut. Analogy- For certain iPhone games, you can pay money to upgrade certain things in the game.
In this experiment we needed to make a boat out of tin foil and marshmallows to hold as many pennies as we could so we folded foil around marshmallows to make a boat, we then put pennies in the boat to see which boat cold hold the most without sinking, our boat held 23 pennies.
if we put pennies in a boat then it will float this shows that the boat has the ability to hold the mass of the pennies.
In conclusion our boat was only able to hold 23 pennies because it wasn’t able to withstand any more pennies cause of the fact are boat didn’t have enough surface area to spread out the weight of the pennies.
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Involved 9 European countries, 3 North American Countries, 1 South American Country, South Africa and Australia Against Germany, Austria-Hungary, The Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria
- Events: German Submarine manages to sink Lusitania, a ship that carried 1,200 people. Battle of Belleau Wood happens, causing many casualties to occur.
- Number of Canadian Casualties: 216,724
- Outcome of World War 1: Created a treaty known as the ‘Treaty of Versailles’ in which managed to end World War 1. It also collapsed some empires
- Long Term Outcomes of World War 1: Ended the German, Russian, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires. It also created new countries in Europe.
- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Nations involved were: 21 European Countries, 3 North American, Brazil, 5 Asian, 2 African, Australia and New Zealand.
- Major Events: Began the assault/mass murder on Jewish people. Germany’s first major defeat. Hitler ends up ending his own life so he wouldn’t be taken by the enemies.
- Canada’s Casualties: Around 100,300
- Outcome of World War 2: Both the Japanese and Italian empire fell. Collapsed the Third Reich. Began the Cold War
- Long-term Impacts of World War 2: Created the United Nations.
- Korean War (1950-1953)
- Nations involved were: 6 Asian Countries, United Nations, US, Canada, 7 European, Ethiopia, South Africa, and Columbia
- Major Events: Korea divided into North and South Korea. North Korean Capital went under UN Control.
- Canada’s Casualties: 1,568
- Outcome of the Korean War: Ended in a Ceasefire
- Long-term Impacts: Still remained split. Remained with a communist government.
- Rwandan Civil War (1990-1994)
- Nations Involved: United Nations, FPR, Gov’ Rwanda, Zaire, Interahamwe and Impuzamugambi
- Major Events: Rwandan Genocide
- Canada’s Casualties: 1
- Outcomes of the Rwandan Civil War: Ended the Genocide
- Long-term Impacts: FPR Took over Rwanda
- Russian Civil War (1918-1920)
- Nations Involved: White Movement, 14 European Nations, US, Canada, Estonia, and 3 Asian Nations.
- Major Events: Lenin was shot in face and shoulder in an attempted assassination, but survived.
- Canada’s Casualties: 38
- Outcomes of the Russian Civil War: Bolshevik victory over the White Army.
- Long-term Impacts: Soviet Union became new power in Russia.