Pringle Physics Project - Section 2: Students Open Their Packages

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The Pringle Package Project - Day 2

Unit 2: Forces in Two Dimensions
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: Students, who sent a single Pringle potato chip through the mail using the lightest possible package to protect the chip, open their packages in class.

Big Idea: Engineering is the act of applying science concepts to the creation of something useful such as a package that protects its contents from damaging forces.

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