The statistics classes at Heritage Academy conducted an experiment with paper helicopters. They predicted which helicopter would land faster, the short rotors or the long rotors. Students divided up into groups to create their helicopters. One student dropped the helicopters and the other timed the decent. The copters were dropped at random determined by the toss of a penny. The results showed that the length of the rotors is statistically significant; the short rotors landed 2 seconds faster on average.
Congratulations to Suzy Whaley,1st female to be elected as President of the PGA and mother of alum, Kelly Whaley, who attended high school and matriculated to be a star student and Tarheel golfer at UNC. What an empowering time in the world of professional golf for women! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 09, 2018 ·
For all who enjoy the festival of lights... ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 08, 2018 ·
"SONNET FEVER" in Lit. Analysis today. Felix, NIck, and Sae present their "fourteen lines of love" with the class. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 06, 2018 ·