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Unformatted text preview: 4. Our hypothesis was supported. The first group did vary in times, but not by color, to show that there is no set difference between the emergence times of the green and blue capsules. In the second group, we raised the temperature of the water by 20 C. The emergence times were cut in half, if not more. 5. In conclusion, emergence times are not affected by color, as the animals are all spongy and similar enough to not differ. They are, however, affected by the temperature of the water, noting that higher temperatures correlate with lower emergence times. To make this experiment better, I would have set a precise moment to stop the timer. Even though this was attempted, it wasnt followed directly and that skewed some of the data....
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