Module Six Lesson Three Assignment Blood Spatter Experiments - Activity 1 1 What did you notice about the diameter of the drops as you increased

Module Six Lesson Three Assignment Blood Spatter Experiments

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Activity 1 1.What did you notice about the diameter of the drops as you increased the height of the drop? 2.How do the spines compare from the different heights? Activity 2 1.What happened when one drop landed on top of another one? 2.What did you notice about the diameter of the parent droplets as you increased the height of the drop? 3.What do you notice about the diameter of the satellite spatter as you increased the height of the drop?
Activity 3 1.Draw a sketch (or take a picture) of the droplets showing the size, shape, and/or distance between them at each speed in the chart below. (to draw withMicrosoft Word, choose “insert”, then “symbols” then you have quite a few options of lines and shapes) Slow: Normal: Fast: 2.What did you notice about the shape of the droplets as you increased your walking speed? They gradually became more of an oval shape as the walking speed increased. 3.What did you notice about the spines as you increased your walking speed? As the speed increased, the spines became more elongated in the direction of the walking. 4.What did you notice about the distance between the droplets as you increased your walking speed? The distance between the droplets increased as the speed increased. Activity 4 1. What did you notice about the shape ofthe droplets as you increased the angle of the paper?
The droplets became dramatically more elongated as the angle increased.

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