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how do you make a cardboard display for a science project?

  • Posted on September 19, 2013 at 1:56 pm

how do you make a cardboard display for a science project?
I am doing a project on weekend watering and using 2 types of string, water bottles and 2 aloe plants. How do I make a display to go with this project?

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Answer by Smart Kitty
This site should give you some ideas 🙂

http://www.scifair.org/articles/display.shtml
Your display must present a clear statement of your hypothesis, the background behind your experiment, the details of your experimental method, and a clear and compelling statement of your results. So choose your words very carefully, and get the graphs, tables, charts and whatever else you need ready.

If you want to capture the judges’ attention, your must make your display shout out to the judges, but do so in a style and with a professionalism that will both capture their eye and earn their admiration. In short, you need to focus on both content and style if you want to win.

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The Science of Beauty – How important is symmetry?

  • Posted on March 15, 2012 at 1:11 pm

The Science of Beauty – How important is symmetry?
I have seen documentaries on the science of beauty that claim that symmetry is of utmost importance in whether or not you are beautiful. One source points out, by way of example, that Denzel Washington is almost perfectly symmetrical while Lyle Lovett has an asymmetrical face.

My question is whether symmetrical features result in beauty or are symmetrical features a by-product of beauty? For example, even if Lyle Lovett had symmetry he would not be judged as extremely good looking. So is the axiom saying that unattractive people are by nature not symmetrical? Does an inherent correlation exist between symmetry and beauty – that you can not have one without the other – if you are symmetrical you are beautiful and that if you are unattractive you are by definition not symmetrical?

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Answer by Lexy Lou Who
to be corny, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
i don’t think we should go by what the views of others are..
we are not cattle to a herd..
beauty is whatever you believe it to be..
symmetry doesn’t matter a DAMN to me.

everyone is beautiful in their own, special way. xo

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Aloe Vera, where can I get a plant, and where can i get pure aloe vera gel? Science Experiment?

  • Posted on February 27, 2012 at 11:45 pm

Aloe Vera, where can I get a plant, and where can i get pure aloe vera gel? Science Experiment?
I need an Aloe Vera plant and A.Vera gel for an experiment. Do you think a local flower store or a bigger home and garden place in Toronto might have it?

How much could one cost?

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Answer by t13eagle291
i would go to a plant nursery place that sales live plants they would carry the plant your looking for .

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