How Many Breaths? (Math 1 - 2020)
by: Mrs. Mullen (29 days ago)
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How Many Breaths?

Day 1

Students will have the opportunity to time a partner and then be timed to see how many breaths they take in a minute.  They will then use proportions to estimate how many breaths they will take in an hour and how many breaths in a day.  Also, upon entering their data, they will have the option to select male or female and whether or not they play a sport to see if those variables will have any effect on the data.

Day 2

Each student will input his/her data into iSense in order to analyze and compare proportional relationships.  Students will use scatter plots, bar graphs, and histograms to explain relationships between number of breaths and variables of gender and playing a sport.  Students will record answers on the Day 2 sheet.

Materials: stopwatches, calculators, Chromebooks (if available), 

 

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Name Units Type
Breaths in One Hour
breaths/hour
Number
Breaths in One Day
breaths/day
Number
Breaths in One Minute
breaths/minute
Number
Gender
Text
Sport
Text
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How Many Breaths? (Math 1 - 2020)

Project #3860 on iSENSEProject.org


Description

How Many Breaths?

Day 1

Students will have the opportunity to time a partner and then be timed to see how many breaths they take in a minute.  They will then use proportions to estimate how many breaths they will take in an hour and how many breaths in a day.  Also, upon entering their data, they will have the option to select male or female and whether or not they play a sport to see if those variables will have any effect on the data.

Day 2

Each student will input his/her data into iSense in order to analyze and compare proportional relationships.  Students will use scatter plots, bar graphs, and histograms to explain relationships between number of breaths and variables of gender and playing a sport.  Students will record answers on the Day 2 sheet.

Materials: stopwatches, calculators, Chromebooks (if available), 

 


Fields
Name Units Type of Data
Breaths in One Hour
breaths/hour
Number
Breaths in One Day
breaths/day
Number
Breaths in One Minute
breaths/minute
Number
Gender
Text
Sport
Text

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Breaths in One Hour Breaths in One Day Breaths in One Minute Gender Sport