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This picture demonstrates friction. As you can see, I am rubbing my hands together causing them to heat up because of rubbing friction.

This picture demonstrates friction. As you can see, I am rubbing my hands together causing them to heat up because of rubbing friction.

Reaction time is pictured here, as young Ben demonstrated his cat like reaction time by catching the ruler I have dropped.

Reaction time is pictured here, as young Ben demonstrated his cat like reaction time by catching the ruler I have dropped.

This bucket is full of water. My brother was able to swing the bucket in a circle without the water falling out due to centripetal force. Centripetal force is a force that maintains circular motion. This force is constant in magnitude and directed toward the center of the circle. It can also be a sum of forces.

This bucket is full of water. My brother was able to swing the bucket in a circle without the water falling out due to centripetal force. Centripetal force is a force that maintains circular motion. This force is constant in magnitude and directed toward the center of the circle. It can also be a sum of forces.

Newtons third law is being demonstrated here as I push up from the floor the floor pushes back and i push back up.

Newtons third law is being demonstrated here as I push up from the floor the floor pushes back and i push back up.

Here is light reflection in a basic plane mirror. You see my reflection as well as the never ending reflection between two mirrors.

Here is light reflection in a basic plane mirror. You see my reflection as well as the never ending reflection between two mirrors.

The force of gravity is acting on the roll of tape. The roll of tape is accelerating at 9.8 m/s squared.

The force of gravity is acting on the roll of tape. The roll of tape is accelerating at m/s squared.

Here is the structure of water with real life objects. The Micky Mouse ears represent the positive charges on the water molecule while the beard represents the negatives. We like to think of water molecules as Micky Mouse.

Here is the structure of water with real life objects. The Micky Mouse ears represent the positive charges on the water molecule while the beard represents the negatives. We like to think of water molecules as Micky Mouse.

Oh Hamilton, you can show me the intricacies of the banking system any time. History freaks and lovers, here's your chance to really show some love to the Founding Fathers (as they show it back to you...) http://comediva.com/founding-fathers-pick-up-lines #FoundingFathers #AlexanderHamilton #PickupLines                                                                                                                                                     More

Alexander Hamilton Pickup Lines

The 10 NAEYC Program Standards | NAEYC For Families

The 10 NAEYC Program Standards | NAEYC For Families

Why molecular biologists don't write children's songs #science #humor

In the future, I shall sing this song to my kids xD

Get an egg in a bottle.  Deals with gases expanding and pressure.  This video is very informative with a great explanation at the end.

Air Pressure-- Egg in Bottle

Without Gravity, this world would be all over the place, literally! Gravitational force, is the force that keeps us and most objects on the ground. Here you can see two cars being acted upon by gravity, as they are firmly on the ground.

Without Gravity, this world would be all over the place, literally! Gravitational force, is the force that keeps us and most objects on the ground. Here you can see two cars being acted upon by gravity, as they are firmly on the ground.

Are your Kindergarten and 1st grade students struggling with number sense? Watch how to use the interactive number line with your students. Learn hands-on math games and activities that will keep your students engaged in learning.

Are your Kindergarten and grade students struggling with number sense? Watch how to use the interactive number line with your students. Learn hands-on math games and activities that will keep your students engaged in learning.

Chalkboards are handy and useful in the classroom and the home. You can make a washable chalkboard eraser that will work as well or better than commercially available erasers. Choose fabrics that will absorb and hold the chalk dust as you erase, rather than simply dispersing it into the air and onto the furniture and the floor.  Suede, wool felt...

How to Make a Chalkboard Eraser

Chalkboards are handy and useful in the classroom and the home. You can make a washable chalkboard eraser that will work as well or better than commercially available erasers. Choose fabrics that will absorb and hold the chalk dust as you erase, rather than simply dispersing it into the air and onto the furniture and the floor. Suede, wool felt...

Property of wave: wave speed; light waves in air have a greater speed of propagation than do sound waves in air; physical quantities that determine speed of transverse waves on a string are tension in string & mass per unit length (linear mass density); increasing tension increases restoring forces that tend to straighten the string, increasing the wave speed; increasing the mass makes the motion more sluggish and decreases the speed

this shows the components of a transverse wave

A screw driver causes torque on a screw that either is going to be twisted in to an object or out of an object. Torque is a twisting force that causes rotation. Torque equals force times distance. T=F(D)

A screw driver causes torque on a screw that either is going to be twisted in to an object or out of an object. Torque is a twisting force that causes rotation.

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