The constants are: same amount of sun, same amount of time left to grow, same amount of water, same constant temperature.
The control is the group of beans that receive no radiation.
Okay. Well our data showed us that... 1. Beans with no radiation= 88 grown beans 2. Beans with about 3 seconds of radiation= 54 grown beans 3. Beans with six seconds of radiation= 26 grown beans.
If there where a data table, it would show that the 88 bean column is the biggest, the 26 beans the shortest, and the 54 beans in the middle.
Now the last thing we need is the data table and chart.
So, our hypothesis was correct: radiation does effect the number of beans that grow. No radiation= lots of beans. Six seconds of radiation= 26 beans, less beans. So, basically, DO NOT out beans in radiation. We solved our hypothesis.