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Plz post any science fair project ideas you have! asap before the end of jan. prefubly earlyer?

Plz post any science fair project ideas you have! asap before the end of jan. prefubly earlyer? Topic: Best hypothesis science fair
May 26, 2019 / By Abiah
Question: AH! ok so im having a science fair at my school. my project i was going to do is going to take to long. just plz plz plz post ideas for a project. i dont have much time!!!!!! and it cant be to hard im not no ginuess!!!!!!!! AH! ok so im having a science fair at my school. my project i was going to do is going to take to long. just plz plz plz post ideas for a project. i dont have much time!!!!!! and it cant be to hard im not no ginuess!!!!!!!! BTW! i really cant do a bad one. i really want a good one. i have time. an di need to have a hypothesis,and all that so it cant be nothing quick...thanks! your saving my life! well.....my grade! BTW! i really cant do a bad one. i really want a good one. i have time. an di need to have a hypothesis,and all that so it cant be nothing quick...thanks! your saving my life! well.....my grade!
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Stew Stew | 5 days ago
You could test how much weight a certian brand of paper plates could hold. Or the absorbency of paper towels. Then again, there are the classic popcorn science fair projects. :]
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Stew Originally Answered: Candle questions for science fair project. Help ASAP?
You seem to be missing a couple of extremely important points about how science is done. First, you can't ask if something is faster without comparing it to something else.... your question "do scented candles burn faster or slower, not compared to white candles, but in general" is meaningless. It's like asking if a hare is faster, not compared to a tortoise, but in general. Faster, slower, hotter, colder, smarter, lazier, are all comparitive terms... you MUST be comparing to something else. The white candles are the obvious thing to compare to, but for some reason you don't seem to want to do that. Second, there's really no place for a survey type thing in a science fair project like this. It doesn't matter one bit what my opinion (guess) is, or anyone else's. So you find out that 65% of people think they'll burn faster... so what? Doesn't tell you anything about what actually happens... only what a majority of people think will happen. There's no way to know if they're right or not, without some more information. The only way to say anything meaningful is to do an experiment to test a hypothesis (initial guess, or - loosely - opinion). If your hypothesis is that colored candles burn faster than white ones, you then have to do the experiment to find out if the hypothesis is correct... saying that more people think they will burn faster does absolutely nothing whatsoever to answer the question. To be blunt, if you're not interested in trying to find out the answer by experiment, you might as well not bother with this project. Do something more appropriate to the approach you want to take, and do a survey type thing on who prefers Bran Flakes for breakfast.
Stew Originally Answered: Candle questions for science fair project. Help ASAP?
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Paisley Paisley
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Linford Linford
This site has 100's of free sites and ideas/downloads http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/
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Linford Originally Answered: Science fair project ideas?
Just making something isn't a science fair project. So I thought I'd give you so many ideas that you're guaranteed to find one that intrigues you, or suggests something intriguing to you. If I had a dollar for every time this question is asked ... As references, I've listed a wealth of sites with a wealth of project ideas. Thanks to Former MN Science Teacher for many of them. Check out the past winners/entrants at the scisvc.org site for more difficult projects. If you find better references, please tell me. Be creative. Don't waste this extremely valuable experience by copying someone else's idea. Focus on what interests you. Choose the best and most interesting project that you're confident you can accomplish in the time allowed. And allow plenty of time. A really good science project looks very good to college admissions officers, especially if the fair judges agree and award you a prize. You want to show that you can think, reason, manage a project, do proper experiments, write your results clearly and accurately, and that you're willing to work. Do your own research. Do your own work. Get help and get advice. Teachers and people in industry are often very willing to give advice and to make equipment and facilities available to someone who really cares about their project. It's a great experience. (YA limits me to 10 links, so I split them between the answer and the references.) http://www.sciencebuddies.org/ http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com... http://www.usc.edu/CSSF/Resources/Gettin... http://school.discoveryeducation.com/sciencefaircentral/ http://www.scienceproject.com/ http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/projects http://www.freesciencefairproject.com/

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