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Mouse Trap Car Evaluation Name__________________ Period__________________ Objective: Build a vehicle powered solely by the energy of one standard-sized mouse trap, (1 ¾” X 3 7/8”), that will travel the greatest linear distance. 1. Followed All Design Steps Thumbnail Sketches Final Drawing 20 pts ___________ 2. Completed ALL construction steps in order. Worked safely and efficiently
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Unformatted text preview: • Followed construction tips 20 pts__________ 3. All Design specifications met. • DESIGNED BY YOU!!! 10 pts__________ 4. FINAL VEHICLE DISTANCE 50 pts_________ 0-10ft = 20 pts Run one _________ 10-20ft = 30 pts Run two _________ 20-30ft = 40 pts Run three _________ 30-40 ft = 45 pts 40+ = 50 pts TOTAL POINTS 100 ________...
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