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Feeling Bloated II: Evaluation Sheet

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 Evaluation Sheet Points Possible Points Awarded Comments Log of Data Data Collection log 25 Report Prediction 5 Hypothesis 5 Data presentation – tables/graphs 5 7 Pictures (tracing) 1 before submersion, 2 while growing, 1 at its largest point, 2 while it is shrinking, and 1 after it shrinks back. 7 Graph (time vs. length) 10 Graph (time vs. width) 10 Graph (time vs. thickness) 10 Graph (derivatives of graphs above) 15 Class Graph (time vs. length) 10 Class Graph (time vs. width) 10 Class Graph (time vs. thickness) 10 Conclusion 20 Reflections 8 Extra Credit: neatness Max of 5 Extra Credit: give examples of at least 2 different real-life applications that might need to know rates of change Max of 20 Extra Credit: graphs of the derivatives of class data Max of 20 TOTAL POINTS 150

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