Taking a picture of settings to make things easier
putting the shirt into place

Picture of after cutting the white stuff out of it
Cutting out the white stuff
Placing the shirt on the thing

 

 

Picking what app to use i think

 

 

Changing the size of the letters and number

 

Changing the size
Picking type of settings
Picture of cutter
Final step of letters

 

 

 

 

 

Taking pictures of final product

 

 

 

Back of shirt Inkscape

After selecting our image using the arrow tool we went to path menu and selected trace bitmap
After we traced we had to pull them apart we deleted the black one
We changed the colours to pink value to zero and we had to duplicate them

 

Changing the colour of the outline
Putting the other letters on top of each other
Took a screenshot of images

 

 

Changing the colour of the letters

 

 

Matching the cutlines

 

 

 

 

Perfect match

 

 

 

 

 

Choose the EPS

 

 

Fixing the corners

 

 

 

Looking at settings

 

 

 

Looking at printer

 

 

 

Looking at floor
taking a picture of the jersey on a piece of paper

 

 

 

Separating a Mechanical Mixture

 Problem- Separate a mechanical mixture.

Safety precautions- safety goggles and   apron

 

Material and apparatus 

2 Beakers

 

 

 

Funnel

 

 

 

Magnet

 

Stirring Rod

 

Sand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salt
Iron fillings

 

 

Procedure:

Step 1- Half fill a 250ml beaker with the mixture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2- Pour the mixture onto the paper

 

 

 

Step 3- Move the magnet over the surface of the mixture several times.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 4- Pour the mixture back into the beaker

 

Step 5- Add 100 ml of water to the beaker and stir until you can not see any sugar crystals
Step 6- Filter the from Step 5.

 

 

Step 6- The water is still dirty in the filter

 

 

Step 7- Cleaning the area used for the experiment

 

 

 Predictions: 

 

I thought the filter would get dirty and the water wouldn’t change.  

 

OBSERVATION:  

 

  • Dirty, brown water; grass floating; swirling liquid; sand at the bottom of beaker

       

 

CONCLUSION:

 

In this experiment, the filtering of the dirty water made the water less dirty. 

I learned that dirty water could be filtered to be kind of clean again. I might not ever need to use this information but it was cool to learn.

 

What did you find out: 

  1. The water got dirty, The filter caught the grass. 
  2. We could see multiple things in a mixture and a filter will separate some of these things.