Tuesday, September 13, 2011
I chose Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License, because if it was commercial they might have gotten money for it and would not even give me credit for what I wrote. Also I chose it because if they borrowed it they would maybe not even share it to others and keep it all to themselves.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
1.Gather your materials
2.Get the 2 smooth pinto beans, 2 plastic cups ruler, soil, Sunny D,
permanent marker water, graduated cylinder, pencil and paper.
3.Grab 1 of your cups and set it gently on the table.
4.Now fill up your cup with soil , gently to about half of the cup.
5.With your index finger poke a hole into the soil to about 1/2 a cm deep.
6.Place your bean in the hole, make sure your hand is close to the cup.
7.Cover up the bean with 3 pinches of soil.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 for the next cup.
9.Grab your graduated cylinder and your Sunny D.
10.Pour your Sunny D into the graduated cylinder to about 5 and pour it into the cup.
11.Rinse the graduated cylinder and pour 5 ml of water into it
12. Pour the water into the cup.
13. Next, record your data on how much the plant has grown each day.
1. Gather your materials.
2.Get the 2 beans, 2 plastic cups, a ruler, and the soil.
3.Grab one of your cups and measure it with your ruler on how tall it is to 1/2 inches.
4 Now fill up your cups with soil, gently to the 1/2 inch spot.
5. With your finger poke a little hole to like about 2 cm deep.
6. Place your bean in the hole, make sure your hand is near the cup.
7. Cover up the bean with soil to about 2 inches.
8.Repeat steps 3-7 for the next cup.
What I learned from the process is that I
missed some steps and my steps never made sense.