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The "mix" of colors on Correlated Cardboard

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Ally Harman

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of The "mix" of colors on Correlated Cardboard

Introduction Materials For this experiment the students used several materials. The materials were:
1 correlated cardboard circle
A piece of string
Some markers for coloring on the layout of the colors for the "mixing". The color markers are: red, yellow, and blue.
A pair of scissors
Three different size circles to trace. Experiment By: Allison Inge and Alexandria Harman
Prezi By: Alexandria Harman #619
I.D. #622 and #619 The "mix" of Colors on Correlated Cardboard. Question Why do the colors on the cardboard wheel seem to mix when it is spun? Hypothesis Results When the students began to spin the cardboard in a circular motion they noticed that the colors on it began to look as if they were mixing. They also noticed that the colors didn't mix unless they spun it at a quick speed. They figured out that the colors look like they are mixing due to the layout of the three colors and the speed of the moving cardboard circle.
The students did an experiment to see why the colors seemed to mix on a color wheel. They wanted to see what factors make the colors "mix".
The students think that the reason the colors
"mix" is the speed of the circle spinning and
the order in which the colors are.
The two students first tried using
regular cardboard. They learned that that did not work. They then made three circles in a piece of correlated cardboard. They then drew a line through the circles They then colored the circles a specific way which is shown above. Next, they cut the larger circle out. They then poked a whole in the middle of the circle and put in the string. In the end they spun the circle and pulled it tight. Procedure Conclusion
The students conclude that the colors "mix " because of the speed and the order of the colors. Therefore, their hypothesis was proven correct. They hope to interest people by this and make them want to do this experiment.
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