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  1. AtlantisA Water Resort By: Andy Hoang

  2. Table Of Contents • Atlantis • The Spas at Atlantis • The Waterfall Pool • The Pier Shops at Atlantis • The Water Park at Atlantis • The Casino • The Bar • The Aquarium • The Icebergs • The Water Tanks • The “Magical” Water • The Lab • The Polarity Class • The Hydrogen Bonding Class • The Capillary Action Class • The Adhesion Seminar • The Water Cycle • The Cycle Diagram • Desalinization • The Museum • The Rates

  3. Atlantis Come to Atlantis, the world famous water resort. • Experience our spas. • Relax next to our waterfall. • Enjoy shopping at the pier shops. • Play at the water park. • Come see the Casino floor. • Visit our aquarium and learn about water and see the aquatic animals. • Atlantis is the most fun your family can get on a vacation! • Fun for Kids and Adults Home

  4. Our Spas • Available to all guests at the Atlantis • The spas at Atlantis will give you the best relaxation you have ever felt. • Come and experience how warm water can sooth the body. Fact: Warm water is typically used to relax stressed nerves. Warm water can also be used to help heal wounds. Home

  5. The Waterfall • Come on and try out swimming in our pool with a waterfall. • Dive in our deep water section. • Watch in amazement how the flow of the water from the waterfall gently and calmly combine with the water already in the pool. Cohesion allows water to stick to each other. This is why the water from a separate source (the waterfall) can easily mix in with the standing water. Home

  6. The Pier Shops at Atlantis • Purchase luxury goods and items from our pier shop. • Designer brands such as Apple and Coach are available • 5-star restaurants for you to dine in. • The Pier shops at Atlantis floats on top of the ocean surface with minimal support from beams. • Fact: Water has a density of 1.0. Salt water’s density is greater than 1.0 which allows more things to float. The Pier Shops at Atlantis has a density lower than 1 therefore floats on the ocean. Home

  7. The Pools at Atlantis • The pools at the water park won’t get warm until past 2:00PM. The pools also won’t get cold until past 10:00PM (assuming summer time weather). Water gets heated up by the sun (outdoor pool). • However, the sun sets around 8:30, so why does the pool retain the heat well? • Fact: Water’s Specific heat is relatively high which means that it takes more energy to change the temperature of the water. • Specific heat: the amount of energy needed to raise of temperature of a substance by 1 degree. • Water’s specific heat capacity also helps the earth retain its global temperature. This happens in a way that is sort of like the pool. • The sidewalk on the other hand gets really hot quickly. Make sure you buy sandals at the Pier Shops. Home

  8. The Casino • Gamble on Poker, Blackjack, or roulette. • Cash in and win the jackpot in the slots • Order drinks from our bar including margaritas, tequilas, or our famous lemonade. • Our drinks are made fresh. Our lemonade is made by adding lemon juice and sugar to create a delightful solution. • Fact: Water is the universal solvent which means it can absorb more solutes than any other liquid. This is why water is a key base in all our Casino drinks. Home

  9. The Bar at the Casino • Happy Hour: 2-6 PM every day. Get drinks half price if you can tell us the solvent of the drink you are ordering. Since you know that water is the universal solvent, you can make a safe bet that the solvent of your drink is water.

  10. Atlantis Aquarium • Explore and learn all about everything water. • Meet aquatic animals • Experiment with unique water properties • Learn new things on your vacation Home

  11. Iceberg Section • See the iceberg section. Notice how part of the iceberg floats and part of it sinks below the water. • Water’s density property is very unusual. The solid version of water known as ice, floats on the liquid version. Water has a density of 1.0 while ice has one of 0.92. Home

  12. Water tanks • See fish • Swim with dolphins • Feed the sharks • See some animals walk on water • Every animal in the world relies on water to survive. Fact: Earth can support all this life because over 70% of the earth is covered by water. Fact: Of the 70% of water on the earth, only 2% is fresh. Home

  13. The magic water • This insect can walk on water. • Why? Water has a “skin like” surface known as surface tension. • Fact: the surface tension of water can be broken by mixing it with the solute, dishwasher detergent. Another example of water as the universal solvent! Home

  14. The Lab • Learn with our tour guides or purchase an inside quest for learning all about water. • Learn about Polarity, Hydrogen Bonding, Capillary Action, Adhesion, and the Water Cycle Home

  15. The Polarity Section A Brief overview of what you will learn in the polarity class. • Watch videos and experiments that explains how water is polar. • Polarity: when an atom has a separation in electrical charges. Water is an example of this because there is a negatively charged side, and another side which is positively charged. Home

  16. The Hydrogen Bonding Section • Study the periodic table • Learn about covalent bonds • Understand how hydrogen bonds are made • Hydrogen bonds are the weak connections made between water molecules. Home

  17. The Capillary Action section • This is an experimenting station. Play with straws and narrow tubes. • Watch how water naturally climbs up these narrow tubes • These are a model of what actually happens in plants. • Capillary Action is the ability of water to climb up the roots of plants and defy gravity Home

  18. The Adhesion Seminar • This is class is a seminar. • Learn about Adhesion • Adhesion: the ability of water to stick to other polar surfaces Home

  19. The Water Cycle • This is our most popular class ever. Almost every one who takes a class chooses to do this one. • Learn all about the water cycle. • See the connection between parts of the cycle, and desalinization. • See a visual.

  20. Home Water Cycle Diagram • Transpiration- water evaporating from plants • Evaporation- • Condensation- water cooling off into a cloud • Precipitation- rain, snow, hail, etc.

  21. Desalinization • Check out our water plant. Because we are located right here on the ocean, we can get some water from it. • Humans cannot drink salt water. If we do, we would die from thirst or delusions. If you are stranded on an island, it is better to not drink the seawater. • Now, we can get some water AND give a show. The Steps • Evaporate the seawater. • The water condenses and the cloud is moved over Home

  22. The Museum Section • Learn all sorts of facts about the science behind water in the museum section of the aquarium. • Purchase cool gadgets and souvenirs to help to remember the good times here. Home

  23. Reservations Call: 1-800-Atlantis to book a reservation* or go to to book a night*. Home

  24. Bibliography See for more *Please note that this hotel is in progress and is not ready for the general public to access the facility. Home

  25.   Hello Everyone, it is Andy Hoang once again with the usual question on "how prepared are you for the test?". First, i like to recap the unit. We learned quite a bit in unit 4 on triangles, but unit 5 gave us additional information on special triangles. Wow! Triangles must be some special shape. When you look around in the world, triangles are dominant in almost every place (except street signs). Now, i have learned quite a lot from this unit. I now can figure out that to get the biggest piece of cake with the frosting borders, i have to get the hypotenuse side.  Anyways, what helped you or what will you study to prepare for the test? 1. Classzones (always helpful) • 2. Review your notes a couple times • 3. Read all the dicussion board posts (they may have some answers to unanswered questions) • So, how prepared are you for the test?  • A) A-Day: Prepared like the soldiers for D-Day. Can do it now and breeze by it while still getting a 100.B) Great: I can do it and get a 100 • C) B-Day: I still need to get the finishing touches of studying done. I can easily get a 100 • D) OK: If i took it now, i might get a C, so i will not. I will instead study tonight and take it tomorrow. I can probably pass it with at least an 80. • E) D-Day: If i took it now, i might get a D. I need some studying to do. The test results may not be as good as the actually d-day landing for the Allies. • F) Unprepared: