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Reflection and Refraction

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Laboratory eleven followed a compressed week.Week eight had ended with the El Niñp presentations not yet completed. Those presentations continued on the Monday of week nine. This pushed the RipStik wave back to Wednesday and knocked out the chain and ball demonstrations on week nine Wednesday. Pay back for the loss would be academic collapse on the week nine Friday assessment.

Veralyn, Petery, and Darlynda work on apparent depth
Monday week ten was already committed to Color and Light in MITC. Wednesday I went to demonstrate the chain wave as a prelude to covering 094. There was no chain in the cabinet. Evaporated. Steel chain can evaporate, perhaps sublimate, here in the tropics. Temperatures get that high.

Macy measures the actual depth of a penny Marsha records data
I pulled out the rope and used the rope as seen at the end of the article on measuring the speed of sound. With the demonstration and coverage of 094, only the remaining half of the period could be devoted to a quick ro…

Thatching

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A photographic essay on thatching in SC/SS 115 Ethnobotany
Myreesha
Annalissa, Jeannie, Merany
Loryann
Evangelina
Jannessa demonstrates the traditional way to remove the nohk


Junia
Alyssa
Annalissa, Shanon
Sylvia
Annalissa, Jeannie, Merany



Aiesha-Laine
Myreesha, Michelle, Junia
Loryann
Shannon
Evangelina pleaded that this was the first thatch piece she had ever made, yet the craftsmanship suggested an experienced hand.
Jayson Paulus
Maxon, Luthen,