CC1321_Gradesheet_Assignment1

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Unformatted text preview: Assignment 1 Full Name: Chien Chiu Hsiung Lab Section: WZ2A Last four digits of your SSN: 6917 Lab instructor name: Professor G. Perrin Laboratory One: The Scientific Method Part One: Hypothesis sore feet can predict the weather. 1. Record your observations in the chart below : (1 point) Sore Feet occur Weather at that time was: 1 snow 2 cloud 3 rain 4 rain 5 cloud 6 snow 7 fog 8 rain 9 cloud 10 cloud 2. State your conclusion in a full sentence: From the results above can sore feet predict the weather? Why or why not? (1 point) No, sore feet cannot predict the weather because it rained only 30 percent of the time when Brother Gregory had sore feet. Therefore, the hypothesis that we tested is false. Part Two: Hypothesis atmospheric conditions can predict the weather. 1. Record your observations in the chart below (1 point) Observation Number High pressure/Hot temperature Weather Low pressure/cool temperature Weather 1 snow rain 2 sun fog 3 rain rain 4 snow rain 5 snow rain 6 rain rain 7 fog rain 8 rain rain 9 fog rain 10 rain rain 2. What is your conclusion: can atmospheric conditions predict the weather with greater accuracy than sore feet? (1 point) Yes, atmospheric conditions can predict the weather with greater accuracy than sore feet. 3. Which atmospheric conditions predict rain most often? (1 point) Low pressure and cool temperature weather predicted rain most often....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course CORC 1321 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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CC1321_Gradesheet_Assignment1 - Assignment 1 Full Name:...

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