3D Shapes and Bernoulli’s Principle

In math class we used windbags to create three dimensional shapes.  However, before we could use the windbags we had to decide on the best way to inflate them.  We estimated it would take between 200 and 300 large breaths of air to fill a big, therefore we needed an easier way.    After a quick demonstration of Bernoulli’s Principle we discovered a fun and quick way to fill our windbags!

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