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Homework Help: AP Sciences Project Question

  1. Oct 27, 2009 #1
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    So in my school, the three AP science concentrations (Bio, Chem and Physics) are teaming together in groups to answer a question about water and it's relationship to life. So our team is doing this question: By changing the ratio between distilled water and the pollutant compounds of H2SO4, HNO3, and HCl, how would it affect the transportation and absorption rates, studied on a pea plant, ultimately affecting the amount of pea production such as the size and number of seeds.

    The problem we're having is what can we calculate with physics? Can you give me some ideas that are not ridiculously hard to calculate. Like the Chem and Bio areas are obvious in the question, but the Physics is a little more embedded. Thanks
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