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Sugar or Splenda?. By Kylie Logan Mr. Cossey Period 5. Purpose: To determine whether 20 students prefer Snickerdoodles baked with sugar and Snickerdoodles baked with Splenda.

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Sugar or Splenda?

By

Kylie Logan

Mr. Cossey

Period 5

Purpose: To determine whether 20 students prefer Snickerdoodles baked with sugar and Snickerdoodles baked with Splenda.
• Hypothesis: If I bake two batches of Snickerdoodles, one with sugar and one with Splenda, and test 20 students the majority will like the batch baked with sugar.
Materials: 20 friends, 2 batches of Snickerdoodles one with sugar and one with Splenda, 20 napkins with 2 columns one marked A and one marked B.
Independent Variable: The white sugar.
• Dependent Variable: The taste of the cookie.
• Constants: The same day and temperature, the same ingredients except for the sugar, and the same portions.
• Control: The students’ votes.
• Conclusion: My hypothesis was wrong. It turns out that the students liked cookie A and cookie B the same. My data shows that ten students liked cookie A and ten students liked cookie B.
Procedure:
• Bake two batches of Snickerdoodle cookies.
• Bake one with sugar and one with Splenda.
• On 20 napkins draw two columns one marked A and one marked B.
• On the napkin place cookie A (sugar) in column A and cookie B (Splenda) in column B.
• Have 20 friends eat cookie A and cookie B.
• Have them circle the letter marked in the column they liked better.
• Record how many people liked cookie A and cookie B.