This is a booklet containing 36 problem sets that involve a variety of math skills, including scientific notation, algebra, geometry, and calculus. Each set of problems is contained on one page. Learners will use mathematics to explore varied space science topics including radiation effects on humans and technology, solar science, and other mathematics topics.



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This
is
a
booklet
containing
31
problem
sets
that
involve
a
variety
of
math
skills,
including
scientific
notation,
simple
algebra,
and
calculus.
Each
set
of
problems
is
contained
on
one
page.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
varied
space
science
topics
including
black
holes,
ice
on
Mercury,
a
mathematical
model
of
the
Sun's
interior,
sunspots,
the
heliopause,
and
coronal
mass
ejections,
among
...



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This
is
a
booklet
containing
87
problem
sets
that
involve
a
variety
of
math
skills,
including
scale,
geometry,
graph
analysis,
fractions,
unit
conversions,
scientific
notation,
simple
algebra,
and
calculus.
Each
set
of
problems
is
contained
on
one
page.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
varied
space
science
topics
in
the
areas
of
Earth
science,
planetary
science,
and
astrophysics,
among
many
...



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This activity introduces measurement and scale using handson activities. In this activity, students use the concept of similar triangles to determine the height of a tree. This activity is one of several available on an educational poster related to NASA's Space Interferometry Mission.



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In
this
activity,
students
learn
that
probability
is
a
way
of
measuring
the
chance
of
something
happening.
Students
make
predictions
and
match
predictions
with
data,
using
a
"probability
tester"
made
from
two
golf
tees.
The
activity
includes
a
student
data
sheet.
The
resource
is
part
of
the
teacher's
guide
accompanying
the
video,
NASA
SCI
Files:
The
Case
of
the
Phenomenal
Weather.
Lesson
objectives
...



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Using
a
metric
ruler
and
protractor,
students
use
triangulation
to
track
a
meteor?s
path
and
to
predict
where
meteorites
might
be
found,
and
calculate
velocity
using
supplied
distance
and
time
data.
The
resource
is
part
of
the
teacher's
guide
accompanying
the
video,
NASA
Sci
Files:
The
Case
of
the
Shaky
Quake.
Lesson
objectives
supported
by
the
video,
additional
resources,
teaching
tips
and
an
answer
...



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In this activity, learners build a sextant to measure the altitude, or height above the horizon, of an object. The activity was originally designed to accompany a previous NASAfunded educational program, entitled The Sun in Time.



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This
math
problem
determines
the
areas
of
simple
and
complex
planar
figures
using
measurement
of
mass
and
proportional
constructs.
Materials
are
inexpensive
or
easily
found
(poster
board,
scissors,
ruler,
sharp
pencil,
right
angle),
but
also
requires
use
of
an
analytical
balance
(suggestions
are
provided
for
working
with
less
precise
weighing
tools).
This
resource
is
from
PUMAS

Practical
Uses
of
...



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In
this
activity,
students
will
identify,
compare
and
contrast
multiple
georeferenced
Earth
data
sets,
and
understand
that
Global
Information
Systems
(GIS)
are
composed
of
georeferenced
data
layers.
Students
compare
ocean
buoy
data
with
satellite
data.
Stepbystep
instructions
for
use
of
the
MY
NASA
DATA
Live
Access
Server
(LAS)
guide
students
through
selecting
a
data
set,
importing
the
data
into
...



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This
activity
engages
students
in
reading
a
bar
graph
using
authentic
NASA
data.
Students
will
identify
major
parts
of
bar
graphs
and
make
a
generalization
based
their
interpretation
of
the
graphed
data.
The
lesson
provides
detailed
procedures,
related
links
and
sample
graphs,
followup
questions,
extensions,
and
teacher
notes.
Designed
for
student
use,
MY
NASA
DATA
LAS
samples
micro
datasets
from
...



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