### We found 47 resources with the concept elasticity

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#### Elasticity of Demand Coefficients (Cross-Price and Income Elasticity)

For Students 11th - 12th Standards
What is the difference between elastic and inelastic demands? Review these concepts, as well as cross prices, elasticity of supply, and income elasticity, with your class members after taking a look at this video.
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#### Solids

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Give your physics class a solid understanding of solids with this splendid set of slides! They will learn the difference between crystalline and amorphous structure, understand the properties of density and elasticity, and be able to...
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#### 2008 AP® Microeconomics Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
The government can tweak the economy through a variety of tools. What are their long- and short-term effects? A problem set from College Board examines how the government sometimes pulls the strings to control the economy.
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#### Let's Make an Elastic Puppet

For Teachers 3rd - 8th Standards
Create bending joints—but don't break! The activity shows how to make a puppet using straws and fishing line. Pupils create cuts to make joints that rely on the elasticity of the straw to bend and return to their original shapes.
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#### Creepy Putty

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Mold your learners into materials engineers. Using glue, Borax, and water, scholars create a viscoelastic material. But your class might know it by another name—Silly Putty.
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#### Extreme Trampolines

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
You'll bounce off the walls with glee after finding a fun resource. Young engineers design trampolines for golf balls. They build and test out their design and make improvements based on the results.
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#### What Makes Rubber Rubbery?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Surprise! A pigskin isn't actually made from pig skin. Scholars learn about the properties and uses of both natural and synthetic rubber by watching a video in the ACS Reactions series. In particular, the video focuses on the different...
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#### Bow and Arrow

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Where does the energy of an arrow come from? Is it from the person, the bow, or somewhere else? A simulation allows scholars to adjust the stretch distance and the elastic constant in order to understand where the energy comes from, what...
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#### Freestanding Structures

For Teachers 3rd - 8th Standards
How high can you go? In a STEM design challenge, teams design and build a structure using only dowel rods and rubber bands. The goal is to build the tallest freestanding structure using all of the dowel rods. Teams present their designs...
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#### Spring Away!

For Teachers 7th - 9th Standards
The last segment of the nine-part unit makes a connection between springs and linear equations. Groups hang weights from the spring and measure its length. Then, using the data collected, they calculate the slope to find the k-value of...
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#### Energy and the Pogo Stick

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Let your class bounce to examine the concept elastic potential energy. Individuals bounce on a pogo stick in order to calculate its elastic potential energy. Groups then compare the elastic potential energy to the gravitational potential...
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#### Breaking the Mold

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
A little too much strain could cause a lot of stress. Groups conduct a strength test on clay. Using books as weights, pupils measure the compression of clay columns and calculate the associated strain and stress. Teams record their data...
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#### It's Tiggerific!

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Spring into elastic potential energy with a activity that provides background information on determining the elastic potential energy of springs and other elastic materials. General energy equations emphasize the conservation of energy...
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#### Mechanics of Elastic Solids

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Make the connection between Hooke's law and elasticity with an activity that introduces the class to the behavior of elastic materials. The resource defines stress and strain to calculate the modules of elasticity of materials and also...
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#### Using Hooke's Law to Understand Materials

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Provide a Hooke for a lesson on elasticity with an activity that has groups investigate a set of springs. They use a set procedure to collect data to calculate the spring constant for each spring using Hooke's Law. The groups predict the...
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#### Hooke's Law

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
A trampoline and a spring both produce gravitational potential energy. Use Hooke's Law to quantify the amount of force needed to create the desired outcome.
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#### Properties of Matter

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Never trust an atom; they make up everything! Young chemists make modeling dough and add another ingredient to change the properties. Scholars then compare the properties of emulsion to composite materials. A reading passage and analysis...
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#### Higher Gasoline Prices: Temporary or Time to Buy a Hybrid?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Gasoline prices garner a lot of attention in the United States. What can explain a temporary decline in gasoline consumption, and how do gasoline prices spur innovation in the energy and automotive industries?
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#### Skewer Through the Balloon

For Teachers 6th - 9th
What a terrific demonstration! Watch Steve Spangler stick a wooden skewer through a balloon. He demonstrates the effect of stretching polymers with this amazing activity. Use it during your chemistry class when studying molecules.
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#### Balloon Skewer

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Using a step-by-step explanation of the process, this film shows how to use a wooden skewer to pierce a balloon without popping it. Your learners will love this demonstration and they will learn that polymer molecules can stretch and...
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#### Skewer Through the Balloon

For Teachers 6th - 9th
What a terrific demonstration! Watch Steve Spangler stick a wooden skewer through a balloon. He demonstrates the effect of stretching polymers with this amazing activity. Use it during your chemistry class when studying molecules.
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#### Balloon Skewer

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Using a step-by-step explanation of the process, this film shows how to use a wooden skewer to pierce a balloon without popping it. Your learners will love this demonstration and they will learn that polymer molecules can stretch and...
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#### Freestanding Structures: A Tech Museum Floor Activity

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Students attempt to design the tallest structure that they can with the given materials which are wooden dowels and rubber bands. They discuss the physics of their structure and how they would improve it the next time they built a...
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#### Chapter 20: Demand and Supply (Elasticities and Government-Set Prices)

For Teachers 10th - 12th
Discussing first the elasticity of demand and then the element of supply, these slides present graphs and bullet points that would easily supplement your economics lecture. Viewers will appreciate the pacing of the slides, making it easy...