Structural engineers design and analyze bridges, buildings and even things like concert stages. Environmental factors, what a structure will be used for and what type of weight will be put on it, and how this all might change from day to day before even beginning a design are all things that a structural engineer must consider.
Systems engineers need to ensure individual sub-systems and components of a large project all work together to perform the overall desired function. Mechanical engineering mostly work in HVAC(heating, ventilation and air conditioning).
What if you could harness the energy that is released by reactions within atoms? That’s what nuclear engineering does! The energy released by reactions within atoms can be used to generate electricity, power transportation systems, and diagnose and treat illnesses.
December 1-9 in 2021 formed a palindrome when the month is written as 12 and the year is written as 21. So…
December 1 was 12-1-21
December 2 was 12-2-21
December 3 was 12-3-21
12-11-21 and 12-22-21 were also palindrome dates in Dec. 2021.
The date reads the same forward as it does backwards. This doesn’t happen often!
To earn this mini-spark,
Check out these palindromes for kids: https://kids.kiddle.co/Palindrome pay special attention to any words that are new to you and phrases that are palindromes. These items should all be included in your final note taking page.
Watch the video about palindromes https://youtu.be/1QC20PBvunI and pause the video as needed to record any new words/phrases that are palindromes.
Share your work with your teacher and/or EY Coordinators to earn this mini spark.
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Leave a comment and/or send a picture of a palindrome you discovered.
There is a plethora of data when it comes to sports! Whether you’re looking at individual player stats, team rankings, or just want to see the breakdown of a particular game…MATH IS EVERYWHERE IN SPORTS!
This Mini Spark has you looking at the 21-22 Westside High School Football JV and Varsity Football Roster. Download and print a copy of the worksheet and roster by clicking the links below. Or, you can complete the worksheet digitally using Notability or other app on your iPad.
When you’re finished, show your classroom teacher and/or your EY Coordinator.
The Luhn algorithm or Luhn formula, also known as the modulus 10″ or “mod 10” algorithm, was developed in the 1960s as a method of validating identification numbers. Number communication accuracy can be using this formula
Take time to explore:
Read this article about the formula and how it is used in real life to catch errors when shopping online. Research the creator Peter Luhn and make a timeline about his life.
In this video you will learn how to use the Luhn Algorithm. Make the table on paper as you watch.
Math challenge presented by CEMC math POTWC-20-NN-PA-21-P . Print it out, read the page and look at the different strategy that they present to you. Try to figure out the last challenge. Answer key for challenge. You can use this to check you work.