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Observing The Decomposition of Fruit and Vegetables – Daily Log
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Terence, Yor and NedLemonOUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
When we cut the we thought the lemon would be nice and fresh because it was only a couple of days old. We did not expect for there to be any mould or visible wear to the new fruit.We thought the lemon would start to mould after one day out in the open. The oxygen would start to get into the fruit which could mean mould! We also thought that a bit might have been bitten off, from all the pesticides biting a bit off! On day three we thought the mould would start to cover at least a quarter of the fruit. We also thought that the pesticides would also start to chomp away at the lemon, only a couple of bites or so though, I doubt they would like the sour taste.I think the lemon will maybe start to lose it's flesh as the pesticides start to chew away at it. The lemon doesn't want to mould thought so maybe it won't mould just yet.We think there will be less skin, the skin should become more slippery as the lemon juice continues to obsorb into the skin. The skin of the lemon is slowly shrinking so that should continue to shrink.We didn’t do it on this day, so we haven't doone it for 3 days due to the weekend. We think that the lemon will get more dirt in it due to the fact that more pesticides and possums will knock over our fruit to get to the tastier other fruits.We think the lemon should continue to mould and it may decompose a bit more. I think after the lemon moulding after 2 days in warm conditions it should continue to loss weight due to the solid melting into a liquid therefore the lemon should become lighter.We think the lemon will continue to mould in the extremely warm conditions lately. The lemon's skin should continue to shrink and the flesh and juice should decrease and decrase.We think the lemon will be almost completely gone, this is the final stage of the lemon's life and it should be now ready to go into the earth.
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
Our predictions were correct there was no mould or visible wear it was as if it was pulled straight off a tree or just bought from a supermarket.We found that some pesticide has appeared to have eaten parts of our lemon, obviously not liking the sour taste and moving on to another fruit. The lemon after one day and night had no significant changes. The lemon hasn't started to mould yet put the pesticides appear to be starting to chomp away at the lemon when it's out in the open. They don't seem to be taking to much of a chomp because of the sour taste of the lemon. There was no drastical changes from last night. The only change we can really note is that the skins tone has got lighter, the skins colour is kind of fading and is becoming slippery as the lemon juice is slowly melting over the lemon's skin. We choose a good fruit because all the pesticides and possums clearly don't like the taste of the citrusy of the lemon, all of the other fruits the possum and pests clearly like because it doesn't have the citrusy taste the lemon has, so they have taken big bites out of the fruit and eaten them evantually. Where as ours have only been pushed into dirt. The lemon has no drastical changes from last night.When we found the lemon today we were shocked. Over the 3 days we didn’t do it, half of the lemon (B) had been eaten almost complety just leaving the moldy skin left. On the other hand half (A) was eaten almost complety (not as much as half (b)), however it was not mouldy at all. Over all it lost heaps of weight and had a massive ugly skin makeover. The lemon has continued to mould in the extremely warm conditions lately. The skins thickness has continued to shrink and the flesh and juice of the lemon seems to be going away.Our fruit has begun to really break down and mould almost all over the skin and the flesh has almost as if folded up. The inside of the lemon is black as if it is ready to go into the earth.The lemon has completely gone, it is now literally a puddle of juice and is all green and it is a big as a pancake. It is now flat.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
The half of the lemon (a) weighed 193gThe half of the lemon (a) weighed 167g (b) weighed 107g. So the half of the lemon (a) lost 26g after one day. Half of the lemon (a): external temperature: 24.3 degrees internal temperature: 24.2 degrees. Half of the lemon (b): external temperature: 24 degrees internal temperature: 23.6 degrees The half of the lemon (a's) external tempurature was 30.1 degrees, so that is a tempurature gain of 5.8 degrees. The internal tempurature was 16.8 degrees so that is a tempurature loss of 7.5 degrees. (b's) external tempurature was 17 degrees, so that is a tempurature loss of 7.3 degrees. The internal tempurature was 17 degrees so that is a tempurature loss of 6.3 degrees.. Half of the lemon(a) weighed 158 grams so it lost 9 grams after one day. Half of the lemon (b) weighed 104 grams so so it lost 3 grams after one day.The half of the lemon (a and b's) external tempurature was both 23.1 degrees. So that is a tempurature loss (a) of 7 degrees. For (b) that is a 6.1 degrees tempurature gain. The half of the lemon (a's) internal tempurature was 17 , so there was no tempurature gain from yesterday. (b's) Internal tempurature was 17.2 degrees so that is a tempurature gain of 0.2. The half of the lemon (a) weighed 158 grams so it lost no weight overnight, (b) weighed 106 grams and gained 2 grams overnight. The half of the lemon (a's) internal tempurature was 17.3, so that is a tempurature gain 0.3 degrees. The half of the lemon (b's) internal tempurature was 17.1 degrees, so that is a tempurature gain of 0.1 degrees. The half of the lemon (a's) external tempurature was 20.3 degrees, so that is a tempurature loss of 2.8 degrees. The half of the lemon (b's) external tempuraure was 23 degrees so that is a tempurature los of 0.1 degrees. The half of the lemon (a's) weight was 147 grams so that is a 11 gram weight loss. The half of the lemon (b's) weight was 94 grams, so that is a weight loss of 12 grams. Half of the lemon (A's) external tempreture was 21.8 degrees so it has gained 1.5 degrees, were as the other half (B's) external tempreture was 22.1 degrees so it lost 0.9 degrees . Half (A)s weight was 99g's, with a massive loss of 48g's over 3 days, and Half (B)s weight was 53g's so that half lost 41g's over the 3 days. There was no internal tempreture. Half of the lemon (A's) external tempreture is 29.1 which gained 7.3 degrees over yesterdays tempurature. Half of the lemon (B's) external tempurature was 27.3 degrees so it gained 5.2 degrees. Unfortunately we have not had the scales or internal themomoter to measure with. The half of the lemon (a's) external tempuraure was 19.1 degrees, so that is a tempurature loss of 10 degrees. Half of the lemon (b's) external tempurature was 19.6 degrees so that is a tempuraure loss of 8.2 degrees. Unforetunately we did not have the scales or the internal tempurature gauge. The external tempuraure for both half of the lemon's are 17.2. So that is a tempuraure loss for (a) of 1.9 degrees and for (b) 2.4 degrees.
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Yonata, Patrick, Julianne & JasperTomato OUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
It would be very disgusting and juicy. It would be soft and have more bruises.It will be real smelly and have more bruisers. It will have more mould, some flys on it and shrink a little.It will get more mouldy and have more bruisesWe couldn't do it today.It might get eaten It will shrink and might get eaten. The external tempreture might also get hotter.We think our newfruit, the apple, will just get bruised.
We think our apple will turn a bit brown.
More bruises. Maybe some mould.
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
It had alot of bruises on the outside and on the inside it was juicy and wrecked.It was all wet, hard and devolped a few more bruises. 2 Mouldy spots, one with not a lot of liquid, it smells.It has 1 mouldy spot on A and a big one on B, it also has some moldy juice.Lots of mould and more bruisesWe couldn't do it today.Internal part has green mould.
It has bugs on it.
It's been eaten a bit.
All mould.
Some bugs.
Some grass inside.
Not a lot of it's original colour left.
All wrinkly.
New fruit: Apple!Some of it has been eaten by an ant.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight/temp – Today’s weight/temp = Weight/Temp Loss over night)
The tomato weighed 73g.Tomato A weighed 21g B weighed 31g. It lost 21g. EXT A= 20.3c B= 20.1c. INT A= 21.8 B=21.6. Height A= 5cm Width=5cm. Height B=5.5cm Width=5.4cm Weight & Height Loss N/AExt B: 33.1 INT Temp:17.4
Today's external: 33.1-20.3= 12.8 (increase in tempreture)
Today's internal: 17.4-21.8= -4.4 (decrease in tempreture)
Ext A:17.6 Ext B: 19.0
Int A: 17.8 Int B:18.0
Weight: A=12g B=22g
Today's external: 17.6-17.4= 0.2 (decrease in tempreture)
Today's internal: 17.8-33.1= -24.7 (decrease in tempreture)
Int A 17.0
Ext A 19.4. Today's External :19.4 - 17.6= 1.8 (increase in temprature)
Today's Internal 17.8-17.0= 0.8 (decrease in temprature)
Weight A=3 grams
We couldn't do it today.Ext B: 23.4
Ext A: 24.3
Today's External 24.3-19.4=4.9 (increase in tempreture)
Ext A: 31.3
Ext B: 31.7
Today's External 31.3 -24.3= 7.0 (increase in tempreture)
Ext A: 20.9
Ext B: 21.3
Ext A: 16.3
Ext B: 16.6
Yesterday external 20.9-16.3=-4.6 (decrease in tempreture)
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Austin, Marc and MasonBananaOUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
The banana will become black and mouldy. We lost the BananaIt is just a regular banana.It will go black and mushy.The outside will soon rott away.It will shrivel up and be all mushy and black. We could not do it on day 6.A maggot will eat it soon.It will decompose.We will be very sad at it's funeral tomorrow but francly we dont care about Gary anymore.It will go in the bin..... LOL
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
The banana was already old so it had black spots in and on it alreadyThe banana is still green but a bit yellow.The inside of the banana is black but the external is yellow and brown.The inside has gone darker, mushier and has gotten brown externaly.The outside has gone darker but the inside has gotten mushier and darker.It has gone darker and shivelled up a bit.On the outside it has gone darker and the inside looks like there is a hole in the middle that a worm has eaten it.The internal of the banana has got bubles we dont know why also the skin has gone black.The banana has juice coming out of it.Our bananananananana has gone all black, mushy and stinky
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
Banana Weight: 164g Banana A T: 20.6c Banana B T:22c Banana A Weight:70g Banana B Weight: 85g Temp ext : A 22.8 B 22.8 Temp int : A 21.2 B 20.7 Weight : A 75g B 79g. The temerature on banana A has increased by 2.2 degrees and banana B's temperaure has decreased by 1.7 degrees.Banana A ext temperature 18.9 degrees and banana B's temperature is 19.3. Int banana A is 17 degrees and banana B is 18.4. Banana A weight is 80.2 g and banana B is 83.2g. Both weights are 157.2. Banana A has decreased by 3.9 degrees and banana B's has decreased by 2.5 degrees. Banana A's int has decreased by 4.2 degrees and banana B's has decreased by 1.4 degrees. The weight of banana A has increased by 5.2g and banana B's has increased by 4.2 degrees. Banana A Int:18.6d (t) - 17d = 1.6d increase. Banana B Int: 20d (t) - 18.4d(y)= 1.6 increase. Banana A ext: 18.9 (y) - 17.2 (t) = 1.7 decrease. Banana B ext: 19.3(y) - 18.6(t) = 0.7 decrease. Weight Banana A: 80.2g(y) - 67g(t) = 13.2g loss. Banana B: 83.2g(y) - 67g(t) = 16.2 decrease.We didn't do science due to LOTE.Banana A W: 67(y)-54(t)= 13g weight loss. Banana BW: 67(y)- 57(t)= 10g weight loss. Banana A Ext: 27(t)-17.2(y)= 9.8 increase. Banana B ext: 26.4(t)-18.6(y)= 7.2 increase. The internal temperature gauge has gone missing.Banana A Temp: 29.4 Banana B:30.3. Banana A gained 2.4 degrees. Banana B gained 3.1Banana B Temp:19.7 Banana A:19.6 Banana A lost 9.3 degrees. Banana B lost 9.3 degrees.Banana A EXT- 21.5(t)-19.6(y)= 1.9 degree temperature loss. Banana B EXT- 21.8(t)-19.7=2.1 degree temperature loss.
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1dAY 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Catrina,James and MathildaOrangeOUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
Our predictions is that the fruit would get smallerWe think that the fruit would get dirty tipped over in the wind. We think the fruit wqold get more eaten.We think the frit is is going to be dirtyN/AN/AWe think it is going to be all dirty.We think it will slowly get eaten each day.We think it will look the same as last time.N/A
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
It is looking the same.The Orange is dirty, half eaten and is dirtyThe oranges half is all eaten from the inside.B is smaller then yesterday and there was lots of water insideN/AThe bowl is wet and the orange is a bit cleaner than before from the water and there was lots of dirt which made the bowl heavier.It looks the same as yesterday.The water has lowered because of the heat.It looks the same as last time but a bit dry and it's mouldy.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
Dont have mathmatical calculationsA Weigh 101 B Weigh 42 A Temp Ext 22.9 B Temp Ext 23.1 A Temp Int 23.7 B Temp 23.5A Weigh 96 B Weigh 37 A Int 16.0 B 15.9 A Ext 19.1 B 16.8A weigh 10.4 B weigh 2.3 A int temp19.6 Aext 18.5 B int 2.10 B ext 18.3A int: 19.0 6 decrese A Ext: 18.1 4 degrease B Int: 18.8 16.70 increase B EXT: 20.1 1.8 increase A weigh +: 95.1 85.4N/AA ext : 20.6 B ext : 19.4 A ext:28.6 A ext yesterday: 8 increase B ext 24.9 B ext yesterday: 5.5 increaseA ext:20.3 decrese by 8.3 B ext : 20.2 decrease by 1 degeserA ext : 17.7 2.6 decrese B ext: 18.6 1.6 decrease
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Group Fruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Grace, Angel and SandraOnionOUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
We think that the onion will not mould.That the onion didn't mould.We think the sprout will fall out or grow bigger.We think the rings will fall out on onion B.We think that it will go crusty again.This was the weekend.We were not able to do this due to Italian.We did not predict for this day.We did not predict for this day.We think the onion will mould.
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
The onion is fresh.The onion has spout thing growing out of it and it has gone crusty. You can also pull the sprout thing out.The onion is slimey. Onion A rings fall out.The onion is slimey and the rest is the same.The onion has peeled apart (both sides.)This was the weekend.We were not able to do this due to Italian.The onion has fallen apart and B stinks badly.The onion is dark and slimy and stinks very badly.A and B are very stinky, very moudly and black.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
Weight: 93 grams (we didn't have a themometer)Weight: A 56GM B 45GM Temperature: A 24.6 B 23.8
We wernt listening properly about the internal and extenral. So we did not do it correctly.
A Weight: 52 Grams Tempture: 17.4 B Weight: 40 Grams Tempture: 17.1
We wernt listening properly about the internal and extenral. So we did not do it correctly.
Weight: A 56GM B 45GM Temperature: A 24.6 B 23.8
We wernt listening properly about the internal and extenral. So we did not do it correctly.
Weight: A 57GM B 42GM Temperature: A 17.6 B 23.8
WA: 56-57=1 grams Loss WB: 45-42=3 grams Loss
TA int: 24.6-17.6=7.0 temp gain TB ext: 23.8- 17.6=6.0 temp gain
This was the weekend.We were not able to do this due to Italian.The internal temperature was lost and the weight was unavalailable due to low battery.The internal temperature was lost and the weight was unavalailable due to low battery. Also Grace Batch left it at home.
A: 30.4-20.1= 10.3 Decrease. B: 28.1-18.4= 9.7 Decrease.
The internal temperature is lost and the weight was unavalailable due to low battery. Also Grace Batch left it at home.
A: 30.4-19.9=11.5 Decrease. B: 28.1-17.0=11.1 Drecrease
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6Day 7Int B: 17.6-22.2=4.6Day 9Day 10
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Bella,Tess and Grace BWmanderine/pear OUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
We did not do a daily log today.The manderine will go dry and squishy. It will start to smell and will start to go black. Then it will mould.the manderine will start to smell and it will go a dark colour. We think the spot we choose was a good spot because it was more shelted and a more stuck spot , so that the thing that is was eatring our fruit will not be able to get it. we are can't conpare our fruit because we had to get a new fruit the pear got eaten and all that was left was the bowl.we got a new fruit which was an orange.The orange is going wellThe orange is going alright considering the conditions its been under.
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
We did not do a daily log today.Half of the Mandarin was eaten by something. the manderine will start to smell and it will go a dark colour. The second half of our manderin got eaten. So we chose another fruit a pear.The inside of the pear got eaten by somthing.we are can't conpare our fruit because we had to get a new fruit the orange is new so it has not rotted.The orange is starting to rot and it is starting to smell.The orange is really smelly but looks allright.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
We did not do our daily log today. the external tempriture showed it was 23.8 decrees. the internal tempriture shows it was 24.7 degrees. the weight/mass of the manderin was 35 GM.
because we didn't do calucations yesterday, we can't do the calucations today.
The degrees of the pear nis 19.0 using the external tempriture. The pointer one showed it was 0 19.degrees. The weight of the pear is 13.5EXT. 18.4 - INT. 18.0
13.5 -c = weight gain by c
EXT.19.0- 18.4= increase by 0.6
INT. 19.0- 18.0= increase by 10.0
we are can't conpare our fruit because we had to get a new fruit 24.2 ext
n/a
external tempreture 22.4 - ext tempreture a 17.5
ext tempreture b 18.5
ext 22.4- 17.5 = 4.5 increase
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GroupFruit or VegetableStudent NameDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 6Day 7Day 8Day 9Day 10
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Lucas,Adam and EvvyFruit, bananaOUR PREDICTIONS
Talk about what you think will have happened to the fruit or vegatable:
(e.g. Talk about the potentenial changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
Inside will go brown and skin will start turning black and mold will come later in the procedure.It will get more black spots and the inside will go a bit brown. We think the banana will go black.I think it will go even more rotton and have more holes in it and it will go black.More rotten and more black patches.NAIt will only go a bit brown or get eaten again.It probaly will go black on the outside or get eatenIt will go all rotten and black.We are throwing the fruit out because it is the last day.
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OUR OBSERVATIONS
1. Talk about your immediate observations (what did you see?)
2. Talk about the actual changes in the variables: weight (mass), colour, temperature inside the fruit or vegetable, weather, smell, shape, texture, etc.)
3. Why did you think that happened?
4. Did your observations today match your predictions? Yes/No? Why/Why not?
Its still yellow on day 1 It was weights 146 grams. Our banana got eaten by somthing so we got another banana.Going black.The banana has gone black and has some holes in it.It has gone really black on the inside and on the edges.NAIt got eaten again. So we got another banana.The banna has gone black on the indsideIts gone really black in the inside.The black is spreading.
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Mathematical Calculations
(e.g. Yesterday’s weight – Today’s weight = Weight Loss/Gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s internal temperature – Today’s internal temperature = Internal temperature loss/gain)
(e.g. Yesterday’s external temperature – Today’s external temperature = External temperature loss/gain)
N/AA temp ext;18.6 C INT:18 C B temp EXT: 21.1C INT:18.3C Weight of whole banana 135g WEIGHT A:74g B:61gA:TEMP EXT:17.8 A TEMP INT;17.8 B TEMP EXT:18.6 B TEMP INT: 18 A:67g B:54gA weight:65g B weight:53g A INT:19.4 EXT:20.1 B TEMP INT:19 EXT:20C Yesturdays weight - todays weight= wieght loss. Yesturdays temp - todays temp =temp gain. A:ext=18.9C A:int=18.4C B:=EXT 21.3C B int =17C Yesturdays temp-todays temp= temp deacrease yesturdays weight-todays weight= weight gain.NA Degress:A EXT:22.3 B EXT:22.8 DEGRESS. A WEIGHT:66g B WEIGHT:90g Todays weight - yesturdays weight=weight gain Todays temp-yesturdays temp=temp gain.Today A 28.3 extEXT TEMP A:21.1 B:20.4 Grace didnt bring in the weigher. Todays temp - yesturdays=temp loss.TEMP EXT A:20C B:20.3 Todays temp-yesturdays=temp loss
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