In this problem set, learners will consider the temperature in Kelvin of various places in the universe and use equations to convert measures from the three temperature scales to answer a series of questions. Answer key is provided. This is part of Earth Math: A Brief Mathematical Guide to Earth Science and Climate Change.



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In this problem set, learners will calculate the partsperhundred measure for different scenarios. Answer key is provided. This is part of Earth Math: A Brief Mathematical Guide to Earth Science and Climate Change.



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In this problem set, learners will analyze a figure showing four reentry scenarios for the Hubble Space Telescope. Answer key is provided. This is part of Earth Math: A Brief Mathematical Guide to Earth Science and Climate Change.



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This is a lesson about mapping objects using triangulation. Learners hunt distant meteorites using geometric properties and relationships, demonstrate and experience triangulation, and apply triangulation to directed and groupchallenge mapping activities. Activities, vocabulary words, and experimental extensions are included. This is lesson 2 of 19 in Exploring Meteorite Mysteries.



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This
is
an
activity
about
the
mathematics
of
oscillation.
Using
data
obtained
in
ninth
and
tenth
activities
in
the
Exploring
the
Earth's
Magnetic
Field:
An
IMAGE
Satellite
Guide
to
the
Magnetosphere
educators
guide,
learners
will
plot
the
formula
X(t)=X(0)cos(ft)
or
X(t)=X(0)sin(ft),
depending
on
the
data
obtained
during
the
oscillation
experiments.
Then,
the
mathematical
model
for
oscillation
is
...



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In
this
activity,
students
construct
adding
slide
rules,
scaled
with
linear
calibrations
like
ordinary
rulers.
Students
learn
to
move
these
scales
relative
to
each
other
in
ways
that
add
and
subtract
distances,
thus
calculating
sums
and
differences.
This
is
Activity
A1
in
the
"Far
Out
Math"
educator's
guide.
Lessons
within
the
guide
include
activities
in
which
students
measure,
compare
quantities
...



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In
this
activity,
students
construct
basetwo
slide
rules
that
add
and
subtract
base2
exponents
(log
distances),
in
order
to
multiply
and
divide
corresponding
powers
of
two.
Students
use
these
slide
rules
to
generate
both
log
and
antilog
equations,
learning
to
translate
one
in
terms
of
the
other.
This
is
activity
C1
in
the
"Far
Out
Math"
educator's
guide.
Lessons
in
the
guide
include
activities
in
...



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In
this
activity,
students
use
basetwo
slide
rules,
log
tapes,
and
calculators
to
practice
raising
exponents
in
base
notation
and
pulling
down
exponents
in
log
notation.
Students
will
develop
an
understanding
that
antilog
notation
expresses
the
exact
same
idea
as
raising
a
base
to
a
power. This
activity
is
activity
C2
in
the
"Far
Out
Math"
educator's
guide.
Lessons
in
the
guide
include
activities
...



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In
this
activity,
students
solve
exponential
equations
where
the
unknown
is
contained
in
the
exponent.
Students
learn
that
taking
base10
or
base2
logs
pulls
down
the
exponent,
allowing
the
unknown
to
be
isolated
and
solved.
This
activity
is
activity
C3
in
the
"Far
Out
Math"
educator's
guide.
Lessons
in
the
guide
include
activities
in
which
students
measure,
compare
quantities
as
orders
of
magnitude,
...



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In
this
activity,
students
construct
classic
slide
rules
and
use
them
like
calculators.
Students
use
the
slide
rules
to
read
scales,
determine
significant
figures,
and
estimate
decimal
places.
This
is
activity
D3
in
the
"Far
Out
Math"
educator's
guide.
Lessons
in
the
guide
include
activities
in
which
students
measure,
compare
quantities
as
orders
of
magnitude,
become
familiar
with
scientific
notation,
...



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