Guide to Propulsion
Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law
Subject Area(s): Pre-Algebra, Algebra I
Grade Level: 7 - 10
and Technology - Understandings about science and technology.
Unifying Concepts and Processes - Evidence, models, and explanation.
Productivity Tools - Use content specific tools, software and
simulations (e.g., environmental probes, graphing calculators, exploratory
environments, Web tools) to support learning and research
Technology Communications Tools - Select and apply technology
tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving, and decision-making
in content learning.
as Problem-Solving - Apply the process of mathematical modeling
to real-world situations.
Mathematical Connections - Recognize equivalent expressions
of the same concept.
Algebra - Use tables and graphs as tools to interpret expressions,
equations, and inequalities.
Mathematics as Communication - Reflect upon and clarify their
thinking about mathematical ideas and relationships.
information on Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law, you will be able to apply
the information and explain and graph the results.
Beginner's Guide to Propulsion is a Web site of information
prepared by the NASA Glenn Research Center to help you better understand
aircraft engine propulsion. In the
Index, locate Statics Gases and open the slide entitled
and Gay-Lussac's Law. Study the slide and use it as background
information to help you complete the activity.
be evaluated on the accuracy and/or feasibility of your answers.
demonstrate the ability to use and understand information on Gay-Lussac's
Law by completing an activity.
Sheila Kegg, North Olmsted City Schools, North Olmsted, Ohio