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CBL™/CBL 2™Sensor - Light
Students analyze the effect of storm water run-off on local water turbidity. They interpret and analyze scatter plots and understand exponential relationship.
In this activity, students will compare the amount of light that passes through a beaker of water mixed with different amounts of dirt. The TI light sensor will read how much light passes through the beaker, there by determining how cloudy the water is.
Students will record their data and then graph it as a scatter plot. They will answer the questions on the worksheet to analyze the effects of storm water run-off on water turbidity.
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