How do a cup of sugar and clear water effect rocks?

How do a cup of sugar and clear water effect rocks?
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  • I've Got It
  • Testable Question
  • I have to think of a testable question.
  • Research
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  • How do a cup of sugar and clear water affect rocks
  • www.science.org
  • www.experimentlab.org
  • www.rockscience.com
  • www.geology.com
  • www.google.com
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  • 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.
  • Data
  • Oh no! 
  • 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.
  • www.rockscience.com
  • 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!
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