Monday, October 3, 2011

Growing Beans

1)The problem with my bean was that it didn't grow much.
2)My background knowledge was that it wasn't going to grow that much
3)My hypothesis is it might grow a few inches but not a lot.
4) I think it was because I put to much water in it.
5)My hypothesis is it might grow a few inches but not a lot. 
6)Materials needed was two cups, two beans, soil, and water. 
7)I already turned in my data paper.
8) My conclusion is that I should follow the experiments instruction.
9)My Method of Extension was:
Step1:Go get your lab coats and goggles.
Step2:Put your lab coats and goggles on.
Step3:Go get two cups and two beans.
Step4:Put your names on both cups
Step5:Take your beans and go weigh them.
Step6:Put the same amounts of soil in both cups.
Step7:Put the beans in the cup then cover it up with the soil.
Step8:Go get 15 milliliters of water and pour it in the graduated cylinder.
Step9:Then take the 15 milliliters of water and pour it in one of the cups over the beans.
Step10: In the other cup, pour soda in it.
Step11:Put all the materials that you got out to use.
Step12:Wait and see what happens to the beans.




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