Tyree Wells - Fall Theme Integration Project- Research Document #1

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In this document, you will record all of the required research necessary for your project. Be sure to reference the Cross-Curriculum Project documents found in Google Classroom. Introduction: This project is a collaborative effort between the 11th grade teachers to integrate material across subject areas. This project is based around the reading of “The Voyage of the Mayflower” and “Plymouth Plantation” We will use a variety of information connected to these readings to strengthen our abilities using scientific measurement. Notes: If you need to include an exponent, you may do so in one of two ways. You can either use the “^” key (ex: 1.2^3 would read 1.2 to the third power) or you can convert the exponent to a superscript (Highlight the text, click “Format” in the menu bar, then click on Superscript under the “Text” menu.) Project Components Ship Dimensions Research the dimensions (length, width, and height) of the Mayflower. Record them in the table below.

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Unformatted text preview: Be sure to include units. Length Width Height 80ft 24ft 12ft Cite your source: Journey of the Mayflower Research the length of the Mayflower’s voyage. Be sure to include units. Cite your source: Volume of the Atlantic Ocean Research and record the volume of the Atlantic Ocean. Record it with units below. Be sure to include units. Cite your source: —————————————————-Define dimensional analysis: Define conversion factor: Conversion Factors Background: A conversion factor is an equality statement. It shows two or more values in different units that are equal to one another. Examples: ● 1 dollar = 4 quarters ● 1 m = 1000 mm ● 1 day = 24 hours Research and complete the following conversion factors: Number Unit = Number Unit 1 ft = 12 in 1 in = 2.54 cm 1 cm = .01 m 1 days = 1440 min 1 min = 60 s Develop five real-life conversion factors and share them below. Number Unit = Number Unit 1 Doz n =-12 Don uts 25 yard s = 1 pool = = =...
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