How do a cup of sugar and clear water affect rocks
Hypothesis, IV, DV, Constants, and Control
water will have less of an effect on the rocks because the type of sugar in the cup will effect more of the rock than the clear water by having a clear view of the rock inside the rock than in the salt water which won't.
Constants: same size cup, type of rock, amount of water, same size rock.
Hypothesis: If sugar effects fossils of rocks then, the clear
Independent Variable: cup of sugar water
dependent Variable: rocks
Control Group: Clear Water
Experiment/Design of Experiment
I will relook at my research.
Back To Research/Conclusion
Rocks can start from the shore, volcanoes, or oceans. Rocks are made of a certain material. Rocks can be used to make pottery. There are three types of rocks are sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks. Sedimentary are formed in a process of compacting and cementation. Metamorphic are formed in a process of heat and pressure. Igneous are formed in a process of cooling solidification of magma.
Conclusion: The results did support my answer to the hypothesis. I thought that I have missed something so, I revisit my research and got the results right. My experiment was a very fair test!