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Spelling[edit | edit source]

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Brand names[edit | edit source]

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  • Dixie® cups (4 oz waxed paper cups)
  • Karo® syrup (clear corn syrup)

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Handouts[edit | edit source]

Your handout should be a numbered figure in the same format as your other figures.

Math and hypothesis testing connections[edit | edit source]

It would be important to introduce the concepts of buoyancy. I would also suggest adding a note suggesting weighing 1ml of each liquid to illustrate that a ml of oil does not weigh as much as a ml of water etc. Students could then weigh each liquid and hypothesize the order in which the rainbow will settle out.

Literature connections[edit | edit source]

Let's expand on this and give more details on how you plan to use the literature

Citations and links[edit | edit source]

Let's add some more links on density and flotation. Perhaps some links to other activities that explore these concepts.

Dmccabe (talk)13:18, 6 April 2009