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Good Vibrations: Sound, Acoustics, Science, Sports Arenas, Olympics
Young scholars perform a series of tasks that integrate hands-on inquiry-based activities with the Internet to explore sound and acoustics. They develop an acoustics Web page to show what they have learned.
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