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TIME for FITNESS homework
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Question:
How does increasing time affect the number of jumping-jacks you can do?
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Materials:Watch
Or use this online timer
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Procedure:
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1. Using your timer / clock, do as many jumping-jacks you can in 5 seconds (remember to use good form!) Record your data in the table below.
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2. Rest for one minute, then complete a second and third trial, recording and resting after each attempt.
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3. Repeat the same steps as above, Increasing the time interval you jump for to 10 seconds and then 20 seconds
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4. Once you have completed your data table, create a graph of your data.
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5. Challenge (optional): Calculate the average for each time interval and record it on the data table, and graph it
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REMEMBER: TAUL TAILS
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Data Table:
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Place your graph here...
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Don’t write anything below, this is for Mr. Mitchell when he grades your homework
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StandardLearning GoalsLevel of Proficiency
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Using DataI know how to collect data using a data table
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I know to graph data using a bar graph
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