The Science of Marbles : Data & Graphs for Science Lab: Volume 3
This book contains graphs showing the motion of marbles as they travel on a variety of inclined surfaces, including flat wood and curved metal inclines. Paths are complex, with an initial incline followed by a flat surface, drop, ramp, or wall. Comparison graphs include free fall and bouncing on carpet. The experiments focus on four marbles, plus a rubber ball for comparison. These data can be used for lesson plans by teachers and parents.
- Paperback | 48 pages
- 216 x 279 x 3mm | 181g
- 26 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations
About M Schottenbauer
An award-winning musician and science student as a youth and young adult, M. Schottenbauer, Ph.D., studied music, physics, mathematics, and liberal arts at the university before going on to earn a doctorate in psychology. Dr. Schottenbauer held a position as a Research Assistant Professor, and currently works as an independent educational consultant.