How does the type of light affect water’s evaporation rate?
I think that (place your own hypothesis here).
(Your materials might be a little different. Use what you have.)
- Eleven 9 ounce Solo cups
- Weight Scale
- One Sharpie marker
- Fill five cups with an equal amount of water, labeling the cups A-E.
- Place cups in different places around the house.
- Wait four days and then mark the water level.
- Repeat steps 1-3 using five different cups labeled A2-E2. Put cups in the exact same places as the first five cups. Place A2 cup where A had been, etc.
- After four more days, weigh each of the ten cups with the water in them, including a control cup with the original amount of water.
- Average the two trials for each cup (A & A2, etc.) and calculate the percentages to see how much water evaporated.
(Fill in the blanks with the percentages you got from your calculations.)
- Cup A: ____% evaporated
- Cup B: ____% evaporated
- Cup C: ____% evaporated
- Cup D: ____% evaporated
- Cup E: ____% evaporated
My hypothesis was supported by my experiment: (Place your own conclusion here.)
Type out the Problem, Hypothesis, and Experiment, etc., and display on left side of board. In the middle section, have the title of the project and photos or sketches of the cups of water and where they were placed. Also, graphs can be made on the computer displaying the results of the experiment. On the right side of the board, display the Results and your Conclusion.