Mathematics, considered the underlying structure of all science, is the study of properties, statistics, measurementation, and relation of quantities and sets using number and symbols. Essentially, mathematics is the science of structure, order, and relation.
To demonstrate Bernoulli’s Principle
Checking vs. Savings
To determine which type of account yields the most profit based on interest rate on a $50 balance. You can take this experiment one step further to determine which bank in your area offers the best annual interest rates on the same types of accounts.
Math and Gender
To determine if there is a difference between the overall math test scores of girls and boys and to determine if this is a direct reflection of gender related superior mathematical ability.
Mean, Median and Range
To determine whether the mean, median and range of the height of students will differ from one grade to the next.
Play-Doh and Volume
To determine whether Play-Doh loses volume after it’s played with or if it the amount of Play-Doh never changes.
Refraction in Water
To demonstrate the principle of refraction of light rays in water.
Statistics and M&M’s
To determine how probable it is that you will reach in a jar and pull out a certain color of M&M.