Spoiled bananas By: ABHI CAHALAVADI 12/08/09
Big Question • Which one will spoil first the banana on the counter or the refrigerator? • Explanation: Which one will spoil first?
HYPOTHESIS • I think the banana on the counter will spoil first because it is out and it’s a little hotter • Explanation: It is a little hotter on the counter so I guess it is going to spoil first.
INTERESTING FACTS • One interesting fact I found was how they spoil. • They change every day. • One spoils faster one day. • Other spoils even faster the other day • Tempting to find out which one will spoil first
EXPIERMENT • Materials: 2 shiny new bananas A counter refrigerator
INSTRUCTIONS • First, take one banana and put it on the counter. Next, take another banana and put it in the refrigerator. Finally, wait for a week to see if anything happened.
CONTROL/VARIABLES • The banana on the counter is in the variables. The one in the refrigerator is in the control group.
OBSERVATIONS • On day 2 a little brown spots on the on the counter. On day 4 little more brown spots on the one on the counter. On day 6 so many brown spots on the banana on the counter and only some on the one in the refrigerator.
DATA • On day 2 I saw a little bit of brown spots on the banana on the counter. On day 4 I saw more brown spots on the one on the counter and no spots in the one in the refrigerator. On day 6 I saw that the one on the counter had so many spots and the on in the refrigerator had only some.
ANALYSIS • The experiment did test my hypothesis because my hypothesis was correct
CONCLUSION • My hypothesis was correct. • I would change one banana to an apple to see what happens them. • Why did the one on the counter melt faster then the one in the fridge?
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