# flag pole lab math 2018

In math, we had to find out how tall the pole with the Canadian flag in front of the school is using trigonometry. First, we measured from the ground to my partners eyes. We measured 1.53m. We stepped 3m away from the flagpole. Then, we used the clinometer to measure the angle from my partners eyes to the top of the flagpole. this created an imaginary triangle like this. We measured 62 degrees.

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Then we had to calculate it all using the equation x= 3 tan 62

This equals 5.64. Then we had to add the height from my partners eyes to the ground to 5.64. Our final answer was 7.17m.

# Distanced – A short film

This is the short film that Jessica, Elena, and I have created. This film is based on friendship/rejection

# Science 9 Honours Electricity Inquiry Question

this is the sway for my electricity inquiry question.

 Material Lucite Copper Glass Straw Wood Spoon Ebonite Aluminum Silk Attracts Vibrates Repels slightly Attracts slightly nothing attracts Repelling nothing Cotton Attracts Nothing Nothing attracts nothing Attracts  slightly Attracts slightly vibrates Polyester Attracts slightly Nothing Vibrates nothing nothing nothing Repelling a lot nothing Animal Fur Repels a lot Vibrates Attracts Repels a lot Nothing Attracts a lot and then repels Attracts slightly vibrates Wool Attracts Vibrates Nothing Attracts nothing Attracts Attracts then repels Vibrates Plastic Attracts slightly Slightly repelling Nothing nothing Slightly attracts Attracts slightly Attracts at first then Repelling nothing

During these past 2 classes, we have been testing static electricity. We had tried several different kinds of fabric (Cotton, silk, wool, fur, polyester, and plastic) and rubbed together with several different  (Aluminum, Lucite, Copper, glass, straw,wood, spoon, Ebonite)  and tested to see whether the rod would attract or repel the pith. The wool and Lucite were very attracted to each other. The Ebonite and polyester repelled a lot. Some things would attract, and then repel (animal fur and spoon, ebonite and plastic). The pith is neutral. When you use the example wool and lucite. When you rub the wool on the lucite, you’re creating a negative charge on the lucite because they are transfering electrons. All the electrons move to the back of the pith, and the protons move to the front. Then the protons (+) wants the electrons (-) from the lucite so they attract. After the pith collects all the electrons from the lucite, its now negatively charge so it repels other electrons. When something like fur is rubbed on ebonite, they create a similar charge, forcing each other to repel. Opposite attract, alike repel.

# industrial design project

i made a old volkswagen hippie van. I used cardboard for most of it, except for the windows i used blue cellophane. I learned how to come up with more precise designs.

# Digital Footprint

Your digital footprint can affect you in many ways. If you apply for a job, they are most likely going to look you up. If you are wanting to work at a daycare, and theres videos of yous aying innapropriate things, or doing innnapropriate things, do you really think you are going to be hired to work with kids. Pictures, videos, posts, etc. on the internet can be accessed by just about anyone. Just because you think its deleted doesnt mean it is. You could be denied by employers, colleges, etc. just for something that you posted 5 years ago that you thought was funny, but really wasnt.

To keep your digital footprint safe, think before you post things. Also, keep your personal accounts private. Only accept people you know so you can stay safe. Another idea is don’t post something that could offend someone. Anyone can see what you post at the end of the story, and you dont want to be

offending others. Some things you need to be careful about and keep to yourself, especially online.

The information I would pass on to someone else from what I have learned is to think before you post, and to keep your information/accounts private