Explain how certain questions can be answered through scientific inquiry and/or technological design
Use evidence, such as observations or experimental result to support inferences about a relationship
Use evidence from investigations to clearly communicate and support conclusions
Apply appropriate measurement systems to record and interpret observations under varying conditions
Display those appropriate measurements with the use of graphs and interpreting the data collected.
A person running through a hedge maze, versus a rat trying to solve a miniature version of the same maze. As presented by a cable sports channel.
Source: Tom Scott
Finger Maze Design Rules: SAMPLE DESIGN
1. Stay with in margin of graph paper, except for start and finish.
2. At no time should any part of the maze touch another part of the maze.
3. No Center Islands
4. Maze Width must ALWAYS be 3 squares wide!
Note: you can print your own graph paper from: http://media.wix.com/ugd/30f436_7c2e0007d8f64422b42424adb8dffb60.pdf
The questions you are trying to answer:
"How well do people learn using Trial and Error to find their way through a maze?"
"Who of my friends/family on average can blindly go through the finger maze the fastest?"
Graph paper to use for creating your finger maze.
This sheet is where you will document a minimum of 5 people for 5 trials of your finger maze. Please remember to write detailed observations of the people going through your maze.
-stuck in same places over and over.