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Eggs- periment. Question?. What happens to an egg when it is put into vinegar for a few days? What happens if it is then put into corn syrup and left for a day or two? What happens if it is then put into water ?. Hypothesis. Answer the following to form your Hypothesis :

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### Question?

• What happens to an egg when it is put into vinegar for a few days?

• What happens if it is then put into corn syrup and left for a day or two?

• What happens if it is then put into water?

### Hypothesis

- What do you think will happen to the egg?

### Materials:

• 2 Beakers

• 2 Eggs

• White Vinegar

• String

• Ruler (Metric System)

• Balance

• Tape

• Clear Corn Syrup

• Salt

### Day 1-Procedure:

• Measure the eggs around the middle. Measure the mass of each egg. Record in notebook.

• Carefully, put egg in labeled beaker and cover with vinegar. Put in fridge and record observations.

### Day 1-Data

• Egg A

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 1-Data

• Egg B

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 2-Procedure

• Carefully, pour off the vinegar and measure the egg, again. Record in notebook.

• Rinse beaker and replace egg. Carefully, put egg in labeled beaker and cover with corn syrup. Put in fridge and record observations.

### Day 2-Data

• Egg A

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 2-Data

• Egg B

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 3-Procedure

• Carefully, pour off the corn syrup and measure the egg, again. Record in notebook.

• Rinse beaker and replace egg. Carefully, put egg in labeled beaker and cover with water. Put in fridge and record observations.

### Day 3-Data

• Egg A

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 3-Data

• Egg B

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 4-Procedure

• Carefully, pour off the water and measure the egg, again. Record in notebook.

• Replace egg in beaker and cover egg with a liquid of your choice. Carefully, put egg in labeled beaker. Put in fridge and record observations.

### Day 4-Data

• Egg A

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 4-Data

• Egg B

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 5-Data

• Egg A

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Day 5-Data

• Egg B

• Quantitative Observations:

• Length ______ cm

• (around middle)

• Mass ________ g

• Qualitative Observations?

• 5 senses

### Conclusions:

Record in notebook

• What happens to an egg when it is put into vinegar for a few days?

• What happens if it is then put into corn syrup and left for a few days?

• What happens if it is then put into water?

• What happens if it is then put into __________?