Tuesday, February 2, 2010


When you go in an elevator, you might feel that all you blood rushes to your toes. You might also feel like you are being pulled up. This all has to do with elevator physics. If you stand on a scale while you are going up and down an elevator, you will notice that your weight on the scale will change as you move up and down and change direction.My question is If you are standing on a scale in an elevator, why does the scale read different numbers as you move up and down at different speeds? My glogster will explain why this happens.


  1. Great job Puja, I am sorry that you 'lost' the previous comments.
    I really like how you extended your learning by adding the part about how elevators work.

  2. This is very good. I like your clear labels, and the whole thing looks very organized and well done. I also like the part about how elevators work. Good job!