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Virtual Natural Science

Strength

Objective: This virtual lab is designed for use in science lessons on the following topic: Virtual experiment  The virtual simulation allows students to model the forces of gravity and elasticity. By playing with one or two mass-spring systems and making the connection between mass, a constant spring, and motion, he conducts a variety of experiments. 

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Atomic structure

Objective: This virtual lab is designed for use in science lessons on the following topic: Virtual experiment Modeling atom formation allows students the flexibility to explore how changing the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons affects the element, charge, and mass of a constructed atom. The figure below shows the functions each button performs. Particle

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Gravity

Objective: This virtual lab is designed for use in 5th grade lessons. Virtual Experiment In the Gravitational Attraction Simulation, students observe the gravitational attraction that two objects exert on each other and change the properties of masses to see their effect on gravitational attraction. The law of attraction says that all objects in the universe

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Density

Objective: Virtual Experiment In a virtual simulation, you will work with blocks of different materials, including special materials, to investigate density. Density is a property that shows how heavy or light an object is compared to its volume. If a substance has a high density, it is heavy, and if it is small, it is

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Hydrodynamic pressure

Objective: Virtual Experiment  In this virtual simulation, pressure modeling allows students to investigate pressures under and above water, as well as changes in fluid density, gravity, and container shapes and volume. You will work with parts two and three of the simulation. The figure below shows the functions each button performs. Progress: Part 1. Relationship

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Hydrostatic pressure

Objective: Virtual experiment  In the virtual simulation, pressure modeling allows students to investigate pressure under and above water, as well as changes in fluid density, gravity, and container volume. The figure below shows the functions each button performs. Progress: Part 1: The relationship between water quantity and pressure Step 1. When you turn on the

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