What is the relationship between work input and the number of pulleys?
Independent variable: number of pulleys, Dependent variable: Work input, Constants: way and
angle the string was pulled, height, and mass/ work output
Transform Plate Boundaries Lab Report
River bent, causing it
to flow northwest then
Mountains formed on
Transform Plate Boundaries Conclusion
At the boundary between the Pacific and North American Plates there is a transform plate
boundary. At a transform plate boundary the two plates slide past one another in opposite
1 River bent, causing it to flow northwest then southeast.
2 Mountains formed on the edge of the river.
3 River flows south before flowing north.
4 Part of a fence has moved northwest from its counterpart.
5 Rows of tre
Hawaiian Islands Lab Report
Data Tables and Graphs:
From the data, but especially the graph we can see that there is a direct relationship
between age and distance from Hawaii, meaning that
We were presented with the task of finding the relationship between potential and kinetic
energy on a roller coaster. Energy is what is needed for a force to be applied. Potential energy is
the stored energy in som
To produce electricity,
wind turbines are
positioned in places
that frequently receive
fair amounts of winds.
In winds the blades of
the turbine are spun,
which rotates a shaft
connected to a gear
that is meshed to
connected to a
Crustal Activity! Conclusion
For the most part crustal activity took place along the coast of landmasses that
surrounded large bodies of water. There are a few that are in the middle of the landmasses and
bodies of water that ac
From the Depth vs. Longitude map that I made we can see that the western plate, known
as the Nazca Plate is moving or subducting under the eastern plate, called the South American
Plate. The earthquakes provide a general visual
Atlantic Ocean Sea-Floor Conclusion
The constant change in polarity across the Atlantic Ocean is why there is crustal activity in the
center. The changing polarities cause the newest basalt to be pulled toward and down one of th