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Orbital Eccentricity
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Orbital Eccentricity

Use applied math to model orbital eccentricity in this cool science fair project for 7th grade.

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Albedo
Albedo
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Albedo

Science fair project that examines albedo, and how this information is applied in the design of cars, sportswear, and other items. Which colors reflect light?

3rd grade
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Physics of Pool: Elastic Collision of Equal Masses
Physics of Pool: Elastic Collision of Equal Masses
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Physics of Pool: Elastic Collision of Equal Masses

Dig into the physics of pool to explore some cool applied math and learn about what happens in an elastic collision of equal masses.

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Diffraction Grating Experiment: Wavelength of Laser Light
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Diffraction Grating Experiment: Wavelength of Laser Light

This awesome diffraction grating experiment puts high school students' applied math skills to the test by having them calculate the wavelength of laser light.

Science
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Solar Hot Dog Cooker
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Solar Hot Dog Cooker

Kids use applied math to build and test a parabolic mirror solar hot dog cooker in this cool engineering science fair project idea for middle school.

Science
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A Distant Sound
A Distant Sound
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A Distant Sound

Find a mathematical relationship between the intensity of a sound wave and distance from the sound source. Use a pedometer and a sound level meter.

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Work and Energy
Work and Energy
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Work and Energy

Science fair project about work and energy which uses a simple mathematical formula to predict how far a jar will roll down an incline.

4th grade
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Oregametry
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Oregametry

This science fair project idea outlines the practical applications of particular origami folding techniques.

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Testing the Birthday Paradox
Testing the Birthday Paradox
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Testing the Birthday Paradox

Is the birthday paradox really a paradox, or just an intriguing problem that defies intuition? Find out with this birthday paradox science fair project.

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Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature
Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature
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Finding the Fibonacci Sequence in Nature

Fibonacci sequences have been observed throughout nature, like in leaves and flowers. In this project, students find examples of the Fibonacci sequence.

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Do humans understand values greater than three?
Do humans understand values greater than three?
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Do humans understand values greater than three?

This project examines whether humans can intuitively grasp numeric values greater than three.

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Tensile Strength Test
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Tensile Strength Test

In this science experiment, do tensile strength test on fishing line, a strand of hair, a rubber band, and any other materials you're curious about!

5th grade
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Throwing a Baseball
Throwing a Baseball
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Throwing a Baseball

With this science fair idea, little scientists will gain valuable insights into the physics behind throwing a baseball.

4th grade
Science
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Does Cutting Foods Into Pieces Make It Cook Faster Or Should You Leave It Uncut?
Does Cutting Foods Into Pieces Make It Cook Faster Or Should You Leave It Uncut?
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Does Cutting Foods Into Pieces Make It Cook Faster Or Should You Leave It Uncut?

Test whether cutting up meats will make it cook faster than just cooking it whole.

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Koch Snowflakes
Koch Snowflakes
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Koch Snowflakes

This experiment will explore the possibility of creating an infinite object by hand.

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Natural Herbicide vs. Commercial Herbicide
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Natural Herbicide vs. Commercial Herbicide

This science fair project compares the allelopathic chemical produced by the Black Walnut tree to a commercial herbicide in stopping the growth of a shrub.

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Using Statistics to Predict Relationship Success or Failure
Using Statistics to Predict Relationship Success or Failure
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Using Statistics to Predict Relationship Success or Failure

Students identify variables that affect the duration of high school romances and analyze data to predict the success or failure of ongoing relationships.

Social studies
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Meat Science!
Meat Science!
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Meat Science!

Kids will discover the meat science behind the meat they eat, and find out how to use safe chemistry to make meat more tender.

5th grade
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A Deep Sea Diver! How Does it Work? Is Air Heavier or Lighter than Water?
A Deep Sea Diver! How Does it Work? Is Air Heavier or Lighter than Water?
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A Deep Sea Diver! How Does it Work? Is Air Heavier or Lighter than Water?

This fun middle school science fair project idea helps student discover the concepts behind deep sea diving and how Cartesian divers work.

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Nine: The Biggest Little Number
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Nine: The Biggest Little Number

Learn about the power of exponents. The objective of this science fair project is to explore and understand how exponents are used.

5th grade
Science
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Black Holes
Black Holes
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Black Holes

Science fair project that illustrates the properties of black holes in space.

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Microwaving Liquids: Dielectric Heating
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Microwaving Liquids: Dielectric Heating

Explore how dielectric heating comes into play when microwaving various liquids in this science project. This test will help you understand how microwaves work!

4th grade
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Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?
Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?
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Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?

Discover which fabrics shrink the most in the wash and why.

5th grade
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Example of Newton's First Law
Example of Newton's First Law
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Example of Newton's First Law

Want to see a great example of Newton's first law? Kids will learn about basic physics with this fun, ballistic experiment.

4th grade
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Do Certain Types of Deodorant Work Better For Certain Skin Types?
Do Certain Types of Deodorant Work Better For Certain Skin Types?
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Do Certain Types of Deodorant Work Better For Certain Skin Types?

This science fair project examines discover whether different formations of deodorant works better for certain skin types.

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Math is an elegant way to model the behavior of pretty much everything we can observe, and kids who won't settle for simply learning their multiplication tables will love exploring the applied math problems in these cool math science fair projects and math fair project ideas. These enlightening experimental procedures have little mad scientists doing everything from deriving equations for how powerful bed springs are to determining how the bore of a rocket's nozzle influences the amount of force the escaping gas can exert.