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The Waterworth: Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger hunt for The Waterworth

Syandria Piatek

on 10 September 2012

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The Waterwroth: Scavenger Hunt By: Katherine Piatek Animals! Home I had to go all over my house and other places to find things for this project. This is a quartz crystal. It is a mineral and is actually the most commonly found mineral on the surface of Earth. Kitchen! This is vinegar. It isn't exactly an acetic acid, but it is essentially a solution of acetic acid in water. homogenous mix because the two ingredients, chocolate syrup and milk, mix completely together. Chocolate milk is a Salt, sodium chloride, is a chemical compound composed of sodium and chlorine. It's a chemical compound because these two elements form together to get something new. All liquids can by measured by viscosity.

opposite of honey, with a low viscosity. Honey has a high viscosity, which means it is thick and doesn't move fast. Water would be the A stove top has many burners which light up when turned on. This light releases heat. This light is known as incandescent light. School! This is a 'Rosco' brand gel, used for lighting in the theater. As you can see it is translucent. In other words, it allows light to pass through, but you won't get exact detail images but it also is an example of a carbohydrate. Breads are carbohydrates as refined starches. Nomnomnomnomomomomom.... This sandwich is yummy, This is a screw, NOT a nail. This screw is not a compound machine, but when put with a gear it helps turn it, forming it to be part of a compound machine. This is a tuning fork. When struck, it causes vibrations and makes sound. This is clay. It can have it's shaped change and be bent without it cracking of breaking. Therefor, clay is malleable. Opposite though would be oil and water. They are a heterogeneous mixture due to the fact that they separate instead of mixing. As you know, sound and light is all around you, but what you may not of known is that.... Sounds, including the ones coming from these amps, travel in longitudinal waves. Light, including the light produced by the sun and lamps, travel in transverse waves. Plants are here too! This is a half-eaten peach. Peaches have an outer layer of skin, pulpy middle layer, and have a seed in the middle. It is these things that can qualify a peach as a drupe. While the mushrooms on this book may not produce spores, real life mushrooms do, thus making them spore producers. Plants use chlorophyll to absorb sunlight and use its energy to synthesis. They are also considered autotrophs because they are able to produce their own food. A spider is an example of an arthropod because it is an invertebrate animal with jointed appendages and segmented bodies. An animal with an exoskeleton would be something like this horseshoe crab. It is an animal with an hard, outer covering for the body, and is an invertebrate. My dogs are examples of bilateral symmetry because they have one line of symmetry. Humans are part of a Chordata.They are actually part of the Phylum Chordata. So are fish. The End.
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