Fluid Properties and scale models: Applying the Reynolds Number

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Racing wind-up sharks through corn syrup finally has a classroom application! In a comprehensive three-day lesson, middle schoolers go through a series of investigations to discover the properties of different fluids, including density and viscosity, then apply what they learned to scale models. By combining algebraic math skills with scientific concepts, real-world applications abound.

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