Dan Wilcox A36447776 4-9-08 1. The source of wave motion can be many things. It is simply the transfer of energy from any source to a distant receiver without the transfer of matter between the two points. 2. Moving a slinky up and down produces a tr
Dan Wilcox A36447776 Due: 3-12-08 Homework Questions for Week 9 1. The heat energy from the water transfers into the air during the shower. Since the air is warmer than the tile, when you step on the tile it absorbs more heat energy from your feet th
Dan Wilcox A36447776 Due: 1-16-08 10 Ways I do Science on a Daily Basis 1) Baking/cooking goods Even when it's something as simple as making Ramen I can look at the process as an experiment. How much water should I put in? How long should I boil it?
Dan Wilcox A36447776 1-30-08 Physical Changes 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) Making ice cubes in the freezer (water to ice). Cutting a sheet of paper. Carving a block of wood into a baseball bat. Crashing (and smashing) yo
Dan Wilcox A36447776 1-23-08 Gases Are Matter Examples 1) Air in a tire The air keeps the rubber tire from touching the metal rim 2) Helium in a balloon All matter has mass and when helium is used to fill a balloon its rises because helium is lighter