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correct length, and tape to secure it to the floor. You will also need eye protection2.To do the lab, you will need to hold the dropper upside down so that your hand is out and awayfrom your body (waist level), but is still over the paper3.Start moving at a slow "walking" rate along the paper strip from one end to the other and release one drop at a time with each step (or about 2 feet apart). Be sure that all the drops land on your paper strip.4.Repeat this procedure using a normal "walking" rate.5.Repeat this procedure using a fast "walking" rate.6.When you are done, record your results and answer the questions below: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)What did you notice about the shape of the droplets as you increased your walking speed?What did you notice about the spines as you increased your walking speed?What did you notice about the distance between the droplets as you increased your walking speed?
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Activity 4 Angle of Impact:1.You will be creating sample drop patterns created by droplets landing at different angles from the same height.2.Label fivepieces of paper with the following angles for each droplet - 15o30o, 45o, 60o, and 75o.3.Place the first piece of paper on a clip board or taped to a solid, portable surface (such as a book) and align the clipboard with the 15oline, so that the clipboard is slightly elevated at one end off of the desk (forming a ramp-like angle). Hold the bottle at a height of about 50 cm from the top of the table.4.Provide one drop of "blood" so that it lands on the paper. Repeat two more times at this angle.5.,

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