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do skittles dissolve quicker in salt water or regular water

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kayla seed

on 15 December 2014

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Transcript of do skittles dissolve quicker in salt water or regular water

independent and dependent variable and the constants
independent variable
the amount of water would change.
we are now on the last try
hypothesis
my hypothesis is that the regular water would dissolve quicker
do skittles dissolve quicker in salt water or regular water
Hypothesis
my hypothesis is
that the regular water
would dissolve quicker

WAS I RIGHT???
dependent variable
the things that will stay the same is amount of salt and 1 skittle pur cup

constants
the things i will keep is 1 skittle
per cup in regular and salt water
also the amount of salt
here is some pictures of try one
1/4 cup water
regular & salt water
skittles in waters
they are almost
dissolved
round 1 was a tie
now we are going to go ahead and look at try 2 !!!!!!
1 cup water
as u can see the
salt water is winning
round 2 salt water
wins
3/4 cup water
skittles dissolving

in this round
the regular water was the
winner
BACK TO MY HYPOTHESIS
i was right and wrong because salt water won a round and regular won a round but they were both a ty at one point in the begining
my records and data of my experiment
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