How To Make A Cartesian Diver

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• four (4) paperclips
• two (2) toothpicks (wood ones work best)
• 1 teaspoon of cinnamon (ground)
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• transparent tape (at least four feet)
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• small metal bowl (make sure it’s not too warm!)
• pencil (doesn’t have to be #2) that has been left over night in a dish of salt

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