Maddy. Controlled Variable. Variables that the experimenter is able to monitor (Twist) Temperature of hand How long we heated/cooled the hand. (Hot-Thermometer). Maddy. Analysis & Conclusion. Analysis - a presentation, usually in writing, of the results of a process
Our data also showed us that the colder your palm was the slower the fortune fish would curl up. In the first trial, we put our hand in a bag of ice for one minute. Once we did this we saw that it took the fortune fish 13.7 seconds to curl up. In the second trial, it took the fish 15.9 seconds to curl up. Lastly, in the third trial it took the fortune fish 15.5 seconds to curl up. This is the longest amount of time it took the fish to curl up.
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