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Does the amount of mentos put into diet coke affect the heig

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Guillermo Cartagena

on 1 October 2014

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Transcript of Does the amount of mentos put into diet coke affect the heig

Does the amount of mentos put into diet coke affect the height of the explosion?
If we add more mentos to the diet coke then the diet coke will explode higher?
The purpose of this experiment is to figure out if the amount of mentos put into diet coke affects the height of the explosion
3 bottles of Diet Coke (2L)
1 pack of Mentos
2 Meter stick
1 Bucket
The independent variable is the amount of mentos that we put into the soda

The dependent variable is the height of the explosion

The controlled variable is the type of soda
1. Open the bottle of diet coke and place it into the bucket.

2. Then open the pack of mentos and place 1 mentos into the bottle of soda

3. Watch the explosion and record the height of the explosion

4. Repeat steps 1-3 but add 2 mentos instead of 1

5. Repeat steps 1-3 add 3 mentos instead of 2

Our hypothesis was that the more mentos you put into the diet soda, the bigger the explosion will be. Our hypothesis was correct. When we put three mentos into the diet soda it was higher then the bottles of soda that we put 1 and 2 mentos. What we did wrong was that we put 2 mentos instead of 3 mentos. Next time will will try to put the correct amount of mentos.
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