Wednesday, March 30, 2016

My Bad Analysis/Reasoning Piece

      If we take out the jello and add maple syrup then the bubble will be bigger in diameter than the bubble with corn syrup. Our evidence is, the solution with the corn syrup had an average diameter of 9.53 centimeters while the bubble with maple syrup had an average of 12.83 centimeters for its diameter. Our claim was supported because the only variable we changed was replacing the corn syrup with maple syrup. Our data says that the maple syrup bubble was 12.83 centimeter in diameter when the corn syrup bubble diameter was only 9.53 centimeters, therefore the maple syrup is bigger in diameter.

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