We found 44 resources with the concept decay
Weak Interaction: The Four Fundamental Forces of Physics #2Lesson Planet
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed
Scientists can't just change a neutron to a proton, can they? Although they don't have control of this process yet, they have identified the weak force that does exactly that. The simple graphics in an interesting video explain the...
The Secret of LifeLesson Planet
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Dead trees provide nutrients for the soil, food for animals, protection and a home for organisms, a seed-bed for new trees, and a place for nitrogen-fixing bacteria to live. In the activity, pupils collect decaying logs, expose them to a...
Newton’s Law of Cooling, RevisitedEngageNY
10th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Does Newton's Law of Cooling have anything to do with apples? Scholars apply Newton's Law of Cooling to solve problems in the 29th installment of a 35-part module. Now that they have knowledge of logarithms, they can determine the decay...
How Do You Identify Exponential Behavior from a Pattern in the Data?Lesson Planet
7 mins 8th - 10th
The teacher illustrates two different exponential tables and explains what each one of them means. These are function tables, one demonstrates exponential growth and the other exponential decay. She clarifies how to analyze the...
How Do You Solve a Word Problem with Exponential Decay?Lesson Planet
6 mins 8th - 11th
The instructor first identifies what formula to use to solve this word problem. Then she explains what each of the variables stands for and helps match up their given values in this word problem. There are many components to solving this...
Fruit and Vegetable Decomposition, Time LapseLesson Planet
2 mins 5th - 8th
Prepare to be disgusted as a bowl of fruits and vegetables decomposes in a matter of minutes! This video, taken over 74 days, shows the mold and decay, complete with fruit flies. Great for a biology or even nutrition class!
Nuclear Reactions Answers to QuestionsLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Written to accompany another slide show available through our site, the information here gives the history and trivia connected to nuclear decay research. This slide show concentrates on the definitions and theory of nuclear fission and...
WS 6.1 Nuclear Particles and ReactionsLesson Planet
10th - 12th
In this nuclear chemistry activity, learners define radioactivity and the types of nuclear reactions. They label nuclear reactions with one of five types of reactions including fusion, fission, induced, natural decay or electron capture.