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Learning Set 1

The Build A Boat Challenge

Critera Goals that must be satisfied to successfully achieve a
Constraints Factors that limit how you can solve a problem.
Iteration A repetition that attempts to improve on a process or product.
Collaborate To work together.
Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Density The amount of matter in a given amount of space.
Botany Force The upward push that keeps objects floating in liquid.
Volume The amount of space that something takes up.
Atom A small particle of matter.
Molecule The combination of two or more atoms.
Gravity A pull between two objects. Gravity is the force that holds all objects on Earth.
Displace To take the place of.
Copying Copying means taking the work of someone else and claiming it as your own. If you simply build what some other group built, that is copying.
Crediting If you add to another group’s idea and acknowledge from where you got your idea, you are doing what scientists and engineers do. When you explain how you used their ideas and made them better, you are adding your contribution to theirs.
Created by: ECB421