HOW FAST DO SEDIMENT GRAINS OF DIFFERENT SIZES SETTLE?
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Students conduct an experiment using sand, a jar, and a paper clip to analyze the effects of different kinds of sand vis a vis its sediment. They graph their findings and analyze for factors of size, shape, and density.
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