Crave the Wave B

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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Master Mason » November 10th, 2015, 11:45 am

We are doing Science Olympiad and we are doing Crave the Wave.(I know you couldn't tell) :D
We want to know what materials we can study.
Thanks for helping us.
Your help will be appreciated throughout the entire Freemason society.

THX SO MUCH XD

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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Person » November 10th, 2015, 11:56 am

The rulebook should have everything you need to study. If you don't have the rulebook yet, you can check the wiki (because I don't feel like typing everything out :lol: ) .
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby John Richardsim » November 10th, 2015, 1:46 pm

We are doing Science Olympiad and we are doing Crave the Wave.(I know you couldn't tell) :D
We want to know what materials we can study.
Thanks for helping us.
Your help will be appreciated throughout the entire Freemason society.

THX SO MUCH XD
Yeah, as Person said, you can probably get the rules from your coach (they should have received the rules manual upon registration), or the page on the wiki also has the topics listed with information. As far as resources for studying these topics goes, the Physics Classroom is one of the best widely available introductory-level materials you can find. HyperPhysics can also have good information as well (see here and here).
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Adi1008 » November 12th, 2015, 5:46 pm

We are doing Science Olympiad and we are doing Crave the Wave.(I know you couldn't tell) :D
We want to know what materials we can study.
Thanks for helping us.
Your help will be appreciated throughout the entire Freemason society.

THX SO MUCH XD
I'd very much suggest getting a good textbook. Skip over anything with any calculus (or any math beyond precal), but try and understand the concepts behind them. Having something structured to work with was incredibly helpful compared to just looking up random stuff on the internet whenever I came across something I didn't know.
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby robounicorn25 » November 24th, 2015, 1:46 pm

We are doing Science Olympiad and we are doing Crave the Wave.(I know you couldn't tell) :D
We want to know what materials we can study.
Thanks for helping us.
Your help will be appreciated throughout the entire Freemason society.

THX SO MUCH XD
you can use a textbook,

khan academy is also a good site, containing many videos on waves
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby amydata123 » December 31st, 2015, 2:14 pm

What do you think I should put inside the binder.


Can you show me some good resources?
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby robounicorn25 » January 5th, 2016, 1:46 pm

What do you think I should put inside the binder.


Can you show me some good resources?
What i usually do is google all the topics stated in the rules, or go to encyclopedia Britannica, then put the printed copis in my binder, but yeah encyclopedia Britannica is a prtty good source, so is kahn academy
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Unome » January 5th, 2016, 1:50 pm

What do you think I should put inside the binder.


Can you show me some good resources?
1) Not in the event, so I don't know anything about the binder.
2) Wikipedia is your best friend (except in Fossils)
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Adi1008 » January 5th, 2016, 1:58 pm

What do you think I should put inside the binder.


Can you show me some good resources?
My partner and I had about 700? pages (it was almost 3 inches worth of paper) of just straight up wikipedia. Given how fast paced nationals was I don't think the binder is that important
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Re: Crave the Wave B

Postby Unome » January 5th, 2016, 4:22 pm

What do you think I should put inside the binder.


Can you show me some good resources?
My partner and I had about 700? pages (it was almost 3 inches worth of paper) of just straight up wikipedia. Given how fast paced nationals was I don't think the binder is that important
Speaking of which (for binders in general) do you find sheet protectors to be useful? I tend to use them in Fossils because it helps me turn the pages, but I haven't done any other binder events before this year (well, I did Simple Machines but that doesn't really count; we used the binder ~3 times total in 2 years).
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