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    Parachute Investigation

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    plastic bag-to make the actual parachute ü Two Styrofoam cups-represents “person”, holds the sand & measure sand ü Sand-acts as the weight of the “person” in cup ü 4 white string-attaches the parachute to one of the Styrofoam cups ü Small Ziploc bag-to contain sand and prevent from spilling in cup) ü Balance- to weigh sand to accurate weight ü Stopwatch-to time how long it takes for the parachute to fall at a height with a certain weight ü Scissors-to cut holes into the one of the

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    Bacon Wrapped Venison

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    There is nothing more exciting than the coming of deer season to a deer hunter. Whether you hunt with a bow, gun or a muzzleloader deer season is a much anticipated time of year and if you love to cook wild game that excitement can increase exponentially. I really enjoy hunting mature whitetail bucks and I do so every year. I also hunt does as well and get just as excited when a fat doe walks in as I do with a mature buck, well almost. There's no denying the adrenaline rush produced by a mature buck

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    Truffle Research Paper

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    “equipment” is needed. The “equipment” needed is a blender, or Ziploc bag, a medium bowl, a small bowl, foil, and a cookie sheet. A blender will work better and be easier, but if a blender is not available a Ziploc bag will work. When using the blender, the first part to do is put the graham crackers in the blender, and blend them until they become crumbs. If a blender is not available there is an alternative solution. Grab a Ziploc bag, and put the crackers in the bag. Crush up the graham crackers

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    Light Station Lab Report

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    seed in millimeters to figure out the average length of the Sweet Corn and Pea Seeds. To find the average length of each seed add up all the measurements and divide them by the number of seeds measured, in the experiment divide by 12. Now, take 12 Ziploc Quart-sized bags and label them accordingly using a marker or Sharpie: include the type of seed, the solution that the paper towel will be soaked with, the pH of the solution (which will be determined later), and whether it will be in the artificial

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    Throughout my high school career I dyed a countless amounts of t-shirts. Whenever a tye dye themed football game would roll around, my friends and I would always tye dye a bunch of old t-shirts in my backyard. Whether you are tye dying for a themed football game or party, tye dying t-shirts is always fun and inexpensive activity. In my experience of dying t-shirts, I have run into just about every problem imaginable. For instance, one time I tried to tye dye a polyester t-shirt and all the dye came

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    My Career In Pharmacy

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    experience working in a pharmacy was also my first time outside of the country on my own. I was in Costa Rica volunteering for a non-profit organization at a pediatric clinic in a small impoverished town. In the pharmacy, we used small bottles for liquids, Ziploc bags for pills, and markers to label them. From the local staff, I learned about the ridiculously high cost of education and how at a very young age one must choose a career path. Although Costa Rica has universal health care, not enough money is

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    Roasted Pumpkin Soup Roasted Pumpkin Soup, I know what you’re probably thinking, pumpkin in soup?! YES, PUMPKIN in soup is really EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHANG! This Roasted Pumpkin Soup is gloriously creamy and velvety, a little smoky thanks to chili powder and crispy bacon bits on top. This should really be on your table this holiday season for Thanksgiving or Christmas, even for your New Year’s Day meal. This recipe can be easily doubled or tripled to feed a small crowd for your dinner parties

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    Observation #1

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    the heart shape), the children in this class are familiar with cutting works as there are always about three available. It is important to note, that the children were asked to cut out their hearts and put them in a plastic ziploc bag when they were finished with them, the ziploc is a new thing for all the kids. I watch as A. cuts the heart out of the paper. He starts to look around the classroom for about five minutes, A. is sitting alone at a table. Then, A. takes some colored pencils and starts

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    My Food Plan

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    Being a nurse, mother, and a Pre-med student has impacted my health to a degree that falls on the negative side of wellness. A personal goal that needs to bring about change in my personal daily routine is the adding of fruits and vegetables to my snacks every day. This new food plan will included two double size portions of vegetables and on double size portion of fruit. The required need for this change in daily food routine has come about due to the noticeable change in lack of energy, concentration

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    Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Nitrate, and Sodium Thiosulfate. Our claim was that Sodium Bicarbonate , Calcium Chloride, and Potassium Chloride would make an economical hot pack. We then began to gather our materials for the experiment: ziploc quart-size bag, ziploc gallon-size bag, temperature probe, 2 oz. jar, beaker with water, Sodium bicarbonate, Calcium chloride, and Potassium chloride. We then began to test our experiment with the following procedures. First, fill the quart-size bag with 100

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