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Jaci Howard

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Transcript of Titanic

By: Jaylynn Bach
Passengers and Crew
If I were to save the Titanic, I would have probably told the creator to use better rivets. Also, if I had super-powers, I would have pushed the iceberg away or push the Titanic away from the iceberg. Also, if I were the captain, I would have turned the Titanic before spotting the iceberg.
How I would save the Titanic
The Titanic had colors of white, black, and red. On top of the body of the Titanic, it was white. The next layer down of white was black. Below the black was red. Since the Titanic was so huge, you could barely see any of the red.
Height of the Titanic: 175 feet
How it sank
There were 3 different classes on the R.M.S Titanic. There was 1st class, 2nd class, and 3rd class. Each one had different values.
Classes on the Titanic
Fun Fact
The R.M.S Titanic sank because of an iceberg. First, it tore a ginormous hole on the side of it. The water started to pour in rapidly. Next, the Titanic started to tear in half. After that happened, the Titanic began to sink.
A total of 2229 people were on board of the R.M.S Titanic. Sadly, 1,517 people perished from the collision and freezing water. Only 705 people survived the crash and freezing waters.
A total of 706 passengers and crew survived the sinking of the R.M.S Titanic. 492 passengers survived and 214 crew members survived.
1st class
2nd class
3rd class
Width: 92 feet
Length: 882 feet and 9 inches
Colors of the Titanic
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