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Science fair ideas for 10th grade?

Here are some ideas that you can use for science fair for 10th grade;
  1. Investigating the Influence of Packaging on Children
  2. Apparent Weightlessness in an Elevator
  3. How Do Carnivorous Plants Digest Insects?
  4. Texting Versus Talking: The Effects of Cell Phones on Reaction Time
  5. Acid Test: How to tell Minerals Apart
  6. Centripetal and Centrifugal Force
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Ge toploadwasher that does not get water out of clothes after final spin

Could be that the spin cycle is not rotating at the required speed to wring out your clothes. Check that the cycle completes at a significant speed to generate centripetal acceleration forcing out the water. Perhaps the load is unbalanced which can trigger the spinning cycle to repeatedly stop during the spin cycle.

Jan 31, 2015 | GE Washing Machines

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I was coming to a stop in my 98 Ford Explorer, after the stop i pressed the gas and heard aloud thump rite before my truck start coasting, when I put it in park, the gears sound like they where grinding,...

sounds like your transmission could be going out, have you checked the transmission fluid? Sometimes the fluid being low will cause gear slippage. other than that it could have a bad linkage.

Dec 16, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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What is a Centrifuge?

Wikipedia says: A centrifuge is a piece of equipment, generally driven by an electric motor (some older models were spun by hand), that puts an object in rotation around a fixed axis, applying a force perpendicular to the axis. A centrifuge is also used to separate the components of blood in blood banks.The centrifuge works using the sedimentation principle, where the centripetal acceleration causes denser substances to separate out along the radial direction (the bottom of the tube). By the same token lighter objects will tend to move to the top (of the tube; in the rotating picture, move to the centre).

May 01, 2013 | Science & Laboratory

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How to do mechanical separation

by using centripetal force. or
by using meshed plates

Jul 30, 2011 | Prentice Hall Mastering Chemistry Student...

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The middle arm on my Evolution dishwasher isn't spinning - the top and bottom one seem fine. Glasses especially on top shelf aren't getting clean at all (obviously!). Any suggestions?

Check if the holes are blocke dwith dirt the arms spin by newtons law that every action has a reaction (like a rocket) if the holes are blocked it wont spin as there is no force.

Dec 29, 2010 | Dishwashers

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What is the electron dot diagram for nitrogen

The electron-dot structure (also known as the "Lewis dot structure") for N is shown below:dubblea_6.jpg The red dots represent electrons that comprise the atom's 5 valence electrons. Recall that the valence (outermost) electrons are those that are involved in chemical reactions of bonding. The rule you should apply to drawing this electron dot structure is to first draw (or imagine) a rectangle around the atom's symbol, letting the rectangle represent the atom's core electrons (not shown), those within the atom's inner (s) shell. Then place one electron on each side. That leaves the remaining electron to be placed on one of the already occupied sides to give the electron pair.

It doesn't matter what side you place this 5th electron, because the final result is the pattern shown above, 3 single dots and one pair of dots, which neatly reveals the bonding power* of N (3) - and the existence of the one electron pair, which predicts special types of reactivity you will probably appreciate in more advanced topics of this element's behavior.

*The single electrons are more reactive than the electron pair, and will readily form bonds with other atoms, such as H. This allows you to predict that N and H atoms will combine to form NH3.

How do you know there are 5 valence electrons? For the answer, refer to the following partial image of the Periodic Table of the Elements I drew using Word and SnagIT software:
Notice the number-letter labels above each column ("group") of elements, for example "5A." The letter A indicates the groups of "representative" elements, the most common elements studied in general chemistry courses. The numbers before the "A" represents the number of valence electrons surrounding each element's atoms. For example, hydrogen has one valence electron, nitrogen has 5 valence electrons, and oxygen has 6 valence electrons.

Using the rules described above for drawing electron-dot structures, how many single dots and double dots should be drawn around H? Around O? Can you predict the bonding power of each of these atoms? What molecular compounds do you predict would be formed from the reaction of H and H? What molecular compound do you predict would form between combining H atoms and O?

Reactions tend to occur that cause the single electrons (dots) to pair up. This occurs because paired electrons are much more stable than single electrons. A strong driving force for a reaction is the going from a less stable state to a more stable state. Hydrogen atoms from H2 molecules (diatomic molecules). H and O atoms combine to form dihydrogen oxide, also known as water!

  • A very simple set of rules allows you to predict the electron dot structures of the representative elements.
  • The electron dot structures are very useful, because they can allow you to predict the bonding power of each representative element.
  • They are also useful in guiding your prediction of the compositions of molecules that can form during reactions between their atoms (that is, how many of each element in the molecule).
  • In more advanced topics you will also be able to use electron-dot structures to predict the shapes (or geometry) of molecules, including bond angles!
  • So, learning the skill of drawing electron-dot structures is very important to mastering chemistry!


Nov 04, 2010 | Scientific Explorer My First Chemistry Kit

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You are wearing a dress of mass 150g. how much force are you exerting on the dress?do not foeget the state of direction?


OK, firstly, Newton's third law states:
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Hence, the force will be exerted in the direction of the dress, away from her body.


I know the gravitational force varies over the planet, but i live in south africa, her we use it as 9.81m/s2.

0.150 x 9.81 = 1.474N of force exerted in the opposite direction of the dress on the body.

Hope this can be of help. Please be so kind to let me know if this was what you were looking for.

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Aug 14, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Lymy kitchen aid mixer speed

It sounds like you may have a governor issue. which is located at the back of your unit. it controls the amount of current going to your motor by way of centripetal force. the part number for the governor assembly is 4159675. this can become weaker over time and will eventually cause it to sputter or speed up suddenly. hope this helps.


Sep 30, 2009 | KitchenAid Food Mixers

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How much force would she experience if she stopped in 0.2 seconds because she hit a brick wall?

Newton's law of action/reaction

The force would be the same is the answer

In any collision, there are always four quantities which are the same for both objects involved in the collision. Each object experiences the same force (Newton's third law) for the same amount of time, leading to the same impulse, and subsequently the same momentum change. Only the acceleration and the velocity change can differ for the two objects. The object with the least mass always receives the greatest velocity change and acceleration.

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Dec 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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