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Science Comic Strip Project

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By:Skyler Peach and Jessica Peltz

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  • Friction
  • What is friction?
  • Friction
  • Wait Mrs. Jacobs, why do you want me to go down this slide?
  • Because when you go down the slide, then it will cause something called friction.
  • Magnetism
  • What is magnetism?
  • Well there are four types of friction, rolling, sliding, static, and fluid. Rolling friction is when an object rolls across a surface. Sliding friction occurs when two solid surfaces slide across each other. Static friction acts on objects when they are resting on a surface. Lastly, fluid friction happens when a solid object moves through a fluid.
  • Magnetism
  • Mrs. Jacobs, how does a compass work?
  • A compass works by pointing to the magnetic North Pole.
  • The child is wondering why the teacher wants her to go down the slide. What the child doesn't know is that an example of friction is someone sliding down a slide. As a person goes down a slide, their body rubs against it, and that causes friction.
  • Elastic
  • What is elasticity?
  • Magnetism comes from moving electrons also known electricity. It also comes from minerals found the Earth. Magnets come from magnetite and minerals found in the Earth's surface. There are two types of them, repelling, and attractive, and when it comes into contact with another magnet it either pushes or pulls
  • Elastic
  • The magnetic poles are where Earth's Magnetic Force is greatest. The Earth is like a big magnet that interacts with other magnets, so that's why the North end of the compass is drawn to Magnetic Field. The North Magnetic Field in the Southern Hemisphere, and the South Magnetic Field is in the Northern Hemisphere, so when you are using a compass the North end is pointing towards the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Elasticity is a force that is th ability of a material to return its original shape after being stretched or compressed. As soon as the stretching force is released, it springs back to its original shape.
  • Stephanie is shooting a bow and arrow to the target to see if she would hit it straight on, while her friends are cheering her on. Shooting a bow and arrow is an example of an elastic force because as soon as Stephanie releases the arrow, the bow goes back to it's original shape.
  • I GOT IT!
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