includes 10 real-world applications of physics and math for students ages 9 to 16.
Version: 4.0Science Fair includes 10 real-world applications of physics and math for students ages 9 to 16.
License: Free To Try
Operating System: Windows
These applications are great ideas for science fairs.
Levers teaches you about the three different lever types and the forces required to balance them. Pendulum lets you study basic oscillations and see the effects of changing lengths, weight, and friction. Water Wheel demonstrates the exciting world of chaotic dynamics. You can examine wheel motion as different water flow rates are used. Moon Lander gives practice in understanding concepts of speed and acceleration as you try to land on the moon. Weather Watch provides tools that allow you to identify and predict trends in the weather. Circuits allows you to build electric circuits from batteries, switches, and light bulbs. You can see the effects of different circuit types, burned out bulbs, etc. Robotics lets you study the world of robots using a 2-dimensional, two-link robotic arm. Trajectories is a simulation of a flying object. The program introduces estimation and answer refinement skills. Rocketry is a demonstration of model rocket launches in which you can vary the thrust, burn time, and rocket mass. Probability introduces an exciting field of mathematics with problems in coin flipping, dice rolling, and dropping toothpicks.