Portfolio: you will design an experiment to investigate the relationship between the number of cool loops and the strength of a solenoid. Once you have an experiment plan carry out your experiment and record your data. After you have finished conducting the experiment, write a conclusion that explains your resaults.
D battery
Electrical tape
Long nail
Metal wire
Paper clips
I don't have any of this, so I can't do it:/ Plz help

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  1. I don't see how we can help. Please talk with your teacher about this problem.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. You can get most of the stuff at Walmart, or wherever. However, the wire is harder to get. I recommend magnet wire, it is available at Radio Shack (it is called magnet wire, about 9 dollars for a 300 foot spool). You might call a couple of electrical repair shops and see if they will give you 20 feet of Guage 28 wire (magnet wire). If they have it, they will give it to you.

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  3. All you really need for this assignment is paperclips and copper wire or magnetic wire which are both easy to find! Hope this helps everyone!!

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  5. What do I write

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