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Popper Lab Report

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Daniel Cisneros

on 26 February 2014

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Transcript of Popper Lab Report

Popper Lab Report
Team names:

Daniel Cisneros
Brenden Hale
Jacob Roseberry

Ramon Acosta

Gabe McGuire

Our hypothesis that the bigger the popper the higher it bounces.
This was the data that our group came up with after doing three different trials with different poppers and weighing them in grams
Our hypothesis is incorrect. The larger the popper does not mean it will bounce higher. Are yellow popper that weighs 3.8 grams bounced an average height of 142 cm and the blue popper that weighs 13.6 had an avergae height of 85 cm. Therefore the larger the popper doesnt mean the higher it will go.
We started our experiment with talking about how we were going to do the experiment and what materials we would need and which people we would defend in court. We decided we would defend Mr. Ken E. Tic. Our procedure was to first measure the poppers weight in grams. Next we launched them in the air measering the height in centimeters. Then we repeated the step two more times on each popper.Then we calculated the average and graphed it on this graph.

Who won?
According to our data it shows that Mr. Ken E. Tic has won the case and Making the popper company go bankrupt losing their millions of pennies.
Our data table
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