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Predictions and proof were the key words recently in Melissa Hutchins’ room at West Middle School. The science students had to estimate how many water drops would fit on a penny and then actually conduct the experiment to prove their findings. Allison Isaac and Zamara Merida worked diligently on releasing the water from the eye-droppers with final results totaling as many as 70. Classroom discussion prompted calculations to see if the date of the penny mattered, or if it were heads or tails.
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