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Final Presentation Freshman Seminar “The Perfect Boiled Egg” Dr. Al-Nakat Armando Gomez-Farias 11/30/09
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Normally cooking books tell us how to boil an egg with a large ranch of time. They tell us to boil an egg for 3-6 minutes for a soft yolk and 7-9 minutes for a hard yolk. But for us, engineers, that is not good enough; we need something more specific. There are many different factors that make the time needed to boil an egg vary. The size of the egg, the temperature of the water and egg, the amount of water, and the geographic location you are when you boil the egg matter and may significantly change the egg consistency. The size of the egg can be measured by mass or by volume using its circumference. The temperature of the water and egg you start with before beginning the process of boiling should be taken into consideration. The size of the pan you are using will determine the amount of water, which will determine the amount of time needed for the water to start boiling. And your location from the sea level will determine the
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