# An Investigation Into The Robustness of Paperclips under Repeated Tensile Force

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PART I: Collect Experimental Data • Bend the provided 30 paper clips until they fail. o Follow the instructions presented in class on how to bend the paperclips. • Record the number of bends until failure for all 30 clips • Determine the frequency of failure from 1 to 20 bends o If the paperclip lasts more than 20 bends, note their frequency in the “20+ bends” row, and mention the frequency of this result in your paper. • Record any additional observations about the paperclips that might be useful. PART II: Organizing the Data Create: 1. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from your team’s data (30 paperclips). 2. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from the data collected from the entire class (300 paperclips). 3. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from the data collected from all 8 sections of EGR 186 (2400 paperclips). Be sure your graphs are appropriately scaled. i.e., don't compare the # of bends of a group (30 paperclips) to the entire class (300 paperclips). If you want to co

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PART I: Collect Experimental DataBend the provided 30 paper clips until they fail.Follow the instructions presented in class on how to bend the paperclips.Record the number of bends until failure for all 30 clipsDetermine the frequency of failure from 1 to 20 bendsIf the paperclip lasts more than 20 bends, note their frequency in the "20+ bends" row, and mention the frequency of this result in your paper.Record any additional observations about the paperclips that might be useful.PART II: Organizing the DataCreate:1. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from your team's data (30 paperclips).2. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from the data collected from the entire class (300 paperclips).3. A table and histogram (using EXCEL) from the data collected from all 8 sections of EGR 186 (2400 paperclips).Be sure your graphs are appropriately scaled. i.e., don't compare the # of bends of a group (30 paperclips) to the entire class (300 paperclips). If you want to compare 30 paperclips to 300, convert to %.PART III: Presenting the ExperimentWrite a report to explain the experiment, show the data collected, and discuss the results.1. Include a cover page with appropriate information.2. The report must contain a 1) problem statement, 2) methods section, 3) results section, and 4) conclusion (make a conclusion by writing a short paragraph to answer the provided questions).a. Conclusion: discuss your observations regarding the frequencies of paperclip failure.i.

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