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Old 03-04-2006, 10:43 AM
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Default I need an idea for a science project A.S.A.P!!

If it's possible can somebody please tell me how to build a container that can surround an egg while it is dropped 1 meter then 2 meters and then 3 meters. the thing is that it has to be able to reload in less than a minute and it can't weigh more than 150 grams. i don't even know what 1 gram is!!! i really need help with this. i need it tonight because it's due tomorrow!!! thank you so much.
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Question science confusion

I am working on a project now on how the human eye percieves light ((through the use of the brain))) I am stumped on how to keep it interesting so others will pay attention and build some type of 3D model so that i can create this.


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pls. help me on how to make an output product about gatorade vs. water
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how can i find a good science expirement
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Hello,
I Am In Fourth Grade And This Is My Very First Science Fair Project. I Am Really Nervous About It. My Topic That The Teacher Pciked For Me To Do Is: Do All Colors Fade At The Same Rate?
I Don Not Know Where To Look To Even Begin My Project. I Am Hoping That Someone Out There Has Done This Topic Before And Can Help Me. Please Let Me Know.

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