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Transcript of Shamwow
Problem- Does a wet Shamwow affect how much liquid is soaks up?
Hypothesis- If the Shamwow is wet, then the Shamwow will not be able to soak up more than a dry Shamwow.
List of Materials
Shamwow (wet and dry)
a measuring cup
soda (any kind)
1. Measure out 1/2 cup of water and spill into container.
2. Put Shamwow in container to soak up liquid (use both wet and dry).
3. Wring out Shamwow into measuring cup and measure.
4. Pour extra liquids in container into measuring cup to measure.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 with rest of liquids and with wet and dry.
6. Pour 1/2 cup of water and spill on shirt in container.
7. Lay shirt on Shamwow (wet and dry) and roll and press.
8. Repeat step 3.
9. Wring out shirt into measuring cup and measure.
10. Repeat steps 1-9 with 1 cup and then with 1 1/2 cups with both wet and dry Shamwow.
Based on the data I recieved during the experiment, a wet Shamwow does not effect how much liquid it soaks up. Therefore my hypothesis was not supported.
Data and Observations
The Problem and Hypothesis
Control Group- Dry Shamwow
Experimental Group- Wet Shamwow
Independent Variable- Shamwow
Dependent Variable- amount of liquids
It can soak up any liquid mess, when wet or dry!
It can soak up any mess when wet or dry.
It can hold up 20 times its weight in liquids.
It's machine washable.
It can last 10 years.
By Alex Tran