Thursday, June 7, 2018

Rocks, Density, Volume and Mass (Thursday June 7 2018)

This is the table we made from our results.

We used the formula above to find the different densities of the rocks. 

Pictures Below - not in any respective order.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Lab Equipment
By, JJ, Patrick, Mai and Phun 203

Measuring Cylinder Used to measure the volume of a liquid in milliliters.

Test tube for holding, mixing and heating small amounts of liquids and solids.

Clamp - Used to secure test tube,distillation column and other objects onto the ring stand. 

Eye dropper - Used to suck up liquid to squeeze out as small drops. Examples of liquids used are Iodine and others.

Funnel - An object that enables us to pour liquid through the wide part to pour into smaller containers such as test tubes etc.

Beaker - Used to contain liquids for heating and other procedures in a laboratory.

Erlenmeyer  flask -for holding, mixing and heating liquids.

Evaporating dish -for evaporating liquid mixtures.
Inoculating loop/O- wire- Used in Flame test and bead test of minerals and unidentified compounds.
Heat Shield-Use to cover the fire and spread the heat.

Specimen cup-Used to collect, transport and observe different specimen
Scoopula-for moving solid chemicals.

Watch glass-Used to hold a solid while being weighed or to cover a beaker.

Stirring rod-used to mix and stir solutions

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Brilliant Brains

Brilliant is and awesome way to practice your minds especially with Logic. I completed a few puzzles that made me feel stupid! But at the end of the day, I felt like everyone became smarter!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Construction Reflection 2

For me construction is very challenging as there are many types but as we move on, I slowly understand more. An example is I don't know how to create a 30 degree angle but I do know how to do the 60 degree angle. So I just bisect it. See how I connected the dots? I hope I can improve more on this topic in the future.😀👏

Tuesday, August 8, 2017


     Reflection of Learning with Compasses

        So this is my first time using compasses here at Panyarat High School, so this is kind of hard for me. On the first lesson, I was very confused but as I went to do some extra research at home, I have understood most of it. It is still hard for me but less than before. Now, I like to use the compass as I can draw perfect parallel and perpendicular lines and many more!


Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Diagram of Slope Room

        So for this project, I worked with Bill and Boom. We found out that the Slope Room was a large irregular rectangle. Therefore, we split it into two parts. Part 1 was the bigger rectangle and Part 2 was the smaller one. We also found out that the tiles on the floor were 1 x 1 feet squares. So we counted the tiles and came up with the results below and put it into a diagram as shown below. 

Part 1 Length-39 ft. Breadth-27 ft.
Part 2 Length-13 ft.Breadth- 8 ft.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Labs Statistics

 In one Add. Math lesson we went to the lab to measure our body parts and found the average of people in our class. We worked in groups. My group had : Bill, P, New, Nod and Me! We finished at the last minute and the results were pretty interesting. I was one of the shortest but also one of the youngest. The results are in the picture below. 

1. Who are the tallest people? Why?
Answer :  Bill is the the tallest with a height of 170 centimetres, he claims it is because he drinks a lot of milk.

2. What is the relationship between hand width and height?
Answer : The relationship observed from the data can be stated that the hand width is usually 1/8 of the height. 

3. Who has the largest width of arms? Do they play sports?
Bill has the largest width of arms with a length of 170 cm which is the same as his height. And that matches the Vitruvian Man theory by Leonardo Da Vinci which says that the width of the arms will probably the same as the height. He plays sports.

4. Is the eyebrow width related to the hair length? Why or Why not?
No because it doesn't matter. As our width of eyebrows does not necessarily have to affect our hair length.  

5. Is the length of your pinky related to your grade in class?
No, because our body parts do not affect our knowledge of understanding in class or exams.

Note : Access to the full spreadsheet is here