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  • Cool to da max

    1. 1. COOL TODA MAX
    2. 2. COOL TODA MAX
    3. 3. COOL TODA MAX
    4. 4. Aim
    5. 5. AimTo see if the air and the sea temperature changes as the icebergs melt in the sea water and do more ice cubes make a difference.
    6. 6. AimTo see if the air and the sea temperature changes as the icebergs melt in the sea water and do more ice cubes make a difference.
    7. 7. Hypothesis
    8. 8. Hypothesis My hypothesis is that all thetemperatures will be the same
    9. 9. Materials
    10. 10. Materials• 2 cups of sea water per container• 6 ice cubes• 6 thermometers• 3 ice cream containers• Glad wrap• Watch
    11. 11. Materials• 2 cups of sea water per container• 6 ice cubes• 6 thermometers• 3 ice cream containers• Glad wrap• Watch
    12. 12. Process
    13. 13. Process• Put the ice cube into the ice cream container.• Followed by the sea water.• Cover the containers with glad wrap• Then put thermometers in one in air and one in water• (Sticky tape helps to keep the thermometers in the air)• Then record temperatures every minute.
    14. 14. Process• Put the ice cube into the ice cream container.• Followed by the sea water.• Cover the containers with glad wrap• Then put thermometers in one in air and one in water• (Sticky tape helps to keep the thermometers in the air)• Then record temperatures every minute.
    15. 15. NO.1 WATER NO.1 AIR NO.2 WATER NO.2 AIR NO.3 WATER NO.3 AIR
    16. 16. Results/GraphNO.1 WATER NO.1 AIR NO.2 WATER NO.2 AIR NO.3 WATER NO.3 AIR
    17. 17. Results/Graph NO.1 WATER NO.1 AIR NO.2 WATER NO.2 AIR NO.3 WATER NO.3 AIR1612 8 4 0MINUTE 1 MINUTE 2 MINUTE 3 MINUTE 4 MINUTE 5 MINUTE 6 MINUTE 7 MINUTE 8 MINUTE 9 MINUTE 10
    18. 18. Conclusion
    19. 19. ConclusionIn the end water and 2 ice cubeswas the coldest temperature at 8degrees Celsius, at the start of theexperiment the temperature was 10degrees Celsius, and at the 7minute, mark it dropped to 8degrees.
    20. 20. Bibliography
    21. 21. BibliographyImages from:http://newspaper.li/antarctica/http://allaboutthe1970s.blogspot.co.nz/2012/03/old-fashioned-treats.htmlhttp://www.physicscentral.com/experiment/physicsathome/bottle.cfmhttp://creativebits.org/stopwatch_widget

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