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# Helping the Rocket Scientists - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Helping the Rocket Scientists. How High Did It Fly?. A Mathematics project for Grade 10. Learning outcomes. By the end of this project you will be able to: Measure angles of elevation Use your knowledge of similar triangles to find ways of measuring the heights of objects

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### HelpingtheRocketScientists

How High Did It Fly?

A Mathematics project for Grade 10

By the end of this project you will be able to:

• Measure angles of elevation

• Use your knowledge of similar triangles to find ways of measuring the heights of objects

• Find the answer to Mlu and John’s question, “How high did it fly?”

Mlu and John need help. For their EXPO project they need to know how high their rocket went. Can you help them figure it out?

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• Brainstorming Session – 1 hour class time

• Ratio and Triangle Investigation – 1 hour class time

• Designing & Making a Measuring Instrument – 1 hour class time

• Measuring the Height of the Rocket’s Flight – about ½ hour

• Processing the results – ½ hour class time

• PowerPoint Presentation – 1 hour class time (preparation & presentation)

• Thinking Diaries (Individual) – Rubric

• Measuring Instrument (Group) – Checklist

• Presentation (Group) – Class Designed Rubric

• The Exploratorium’s Height Site Activity