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Funnel web weavers (Family Agelenidae) are often found in grassy fields, low shrubbery, or living among leaf litter in forests. They spin sheet webs of nonsticky silk with a characteristic funnel extending off to one side. Spiders in the most common genus, Agelenopsis, are commonly called "grass spiders," after their habitat. The so-called Hobo spider (Tegenaria agrestis), found in the Pacific Northwest, is a member of this family. The hobo has been rapidly expanding its range since its introduction (from Europe) into the Seattle, Washington area in the 1930s. It has been implicated as a spider of 'medical importance' as several studies indicated the hobo spider bite caused necrotic tissue lesions (helpfully termed 'necrotic arachnidism') either through the actions of hemolytic venom, or the introduction of pathogenic bacteria into the wound. Spiders of North America
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Problem 327: WISE: Exploring Power-law Functions Using WISE Data Based on a recent press release of the 'First Light' image taken with NASA's new WISE satellite, students explore a practical application of a power law function to count the number of stars in the sky. An additional calculus-level problem is included for advanced students. [Grade: 10-12 | Topics: areas; functions; histograms; unit conversion; power-laws; integration] Problem 326: Hubble Spies Colliding Asteroids Based on a recent press release, students calculate how often asteroids collide in the Asteroid belt using a simple formula. Students estimate belt volume, and asteroid speeds to determine the number of years between collisions. They also investigate how the collision time depends on the particular assumptions they made. Space Math
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Lend a Helping Hand: Acadia National Park Grades 4–6 Language Arts, Social Studies Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of philanthropy, community service, and volunteerism in our culture. Students will examine the contributions of famous Americans to the national park system. Do You Like to Spend or Save? The United States Mint: Parents & Teachers - Lesson Plans
The United States Mint: Parents & Teachers - Lesson Plans Lend a Helping Hand: Acadia National Park Grades 4–6 Language Arts, Social Studies Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of philanthropy, community service, and volunteerism in our culture. Students will examine the contributions of famous Americans to the national park system. Do You Like to Spend or Save? Grades K–2 Math After briefly discussing spending and saving habits, the class takes a poll to see how their peers like to manage money. Then students graph their findings and discuss the survey results.
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