Lab#2 Part B. Black Box - we shook the box and listened We...

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BLACK BOX We determined that a pencil, wooden column, and a wooden bead were in our black box. We came upon this by weighing the empty white box and zeroing out the scale. Then we weighed the black box and got a weight of 25 grams. So we put the white box back on the scale and we started adding objects to the white box. We had to close candidates for what was in the box so
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Unformatted text preview: we shook the box and listened. We listened to the sound of the thuds and how high or low of a pitch it produced. We kept listening and putting different objects in the box till we got what we thought was right. WE took our answer to Doctor Marris and he determined that we were right that a pencil, wooden column, and a wooden bead were in our black box....
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