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Jake designed an experiment to demonstrate a solar eclipse. The steps of the experiment are listed below. Place a light bulb on a stand. Stick a pencil into a small styrofoam ball. Switch on the light bulb and darken the room. Stand with your back towards the light bulb. Hold the pencil with styrofoam ball in front of you at arm's length. Jake's experiment has a flaw. Which of these statements best describes a method to correct the flaw in Jake's experiment? Stand facing the light bulb. Replace the light bulb with a candle. Use a big globe instead of styrofoam ball.

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  1. charlotte123 Group Title
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    Clamp the styrofoam ball behind the light bulb.

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    so what's the question?

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    oh nvm

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  4. charlotte123 Group Title
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    @Zale101 Jake's experiment has a flaw. Which of these statements best describes a method to correct the flaw in Jake's experiment? :)

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  5. charlotte123 Group Title
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    XD

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    I think u need a big globe for that

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    because the moon is too small for earth

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    |dw:1374958977985:dw|

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    sorry my drawing is messed up

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  10. charlotte123 Group Title
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    @Zale101 lol its okay XD but remember he is trying to demonstrate a solar eclipse ;) u sure its C?

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    the experiment should look like this i think

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    styrofoam ball is so small

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    ur all missing that he's got HIS BACK to the light bulb... face the other way jake

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