Can you explain this oddity?
Small details can be the important clues that lead the investigator to the answer to a question.
I photographed this bathroom mirror early one June morning. The heat was turned off in the bathroom.
I wrote the word on the mirror just before I took the photo.
It was chilly in the bathroom. I opened the door to the garage. This door is next to the bathroom.
When I came back in from the garage, I noticed the mirror. No one had used the bathroom since the
afternoon of the previous day.
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1. Write your observations
2. Imagine - If you were standing there investigating:
What tools (instruments) would help you to gather critical data?
3. Take a guess (form a hypothesis) what happened here?
4. Predict - Will this happen again tomorrow? Explain.
“Our environment, the world in which we live and work,
is a mirror of our attitudes and expectations.” Earl Nightingale
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Save a tree - use a Digital Answer Format - Highlight the text. Copy it. Paste it in a word processing document. Save the document in your folder. Answer on the word processing document. Save frequently as you work. I have never liked losing my work. You will not like it either. Be sure to enter your name & the date at the top of the document. Submit your assignment via email attachment or class dropbox. Bad things happen: Save a copy of the response document for your records.
Proof your responses. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work. Make your own printer paper answer sheet