Life Doesn’t Give You Lemons

Lab reports suck. But making them fun is fun, even though I’ll get docked points for not being formal, and serious, and like I’m presenting a real research paper. Or whatever it is that they say.

“Steel was found to have the highest stress-to-strain ratio in its elastic portion – that is, it had the highest value for Young’s Modulus – and this fits in with the knowledge that steel is used in many structures. Engineers want it to be very hard for buildings and bridges to change shape.”

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