Room_Temperature_Investigation

# Room_Temperature_Investigation - • The temperature of the...

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Room Temperature Investigation

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What will happen to the water which is at three different temperatures, when it is left in the classroom? Bowl A contains boiling water Bowl B contains water at room temperature Bowl C contains ice water
What are we going to do? Using a thermometer, we are going to take the temperature of the water in each bowl every half an hour during the morning. We will record the results of each measurement. We will use the results to discover what happens to the temperature of the water.

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The Fair Test 3 identical plastic bowls Each bowl is placed in the same area of the classroom

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Unformatted text preview: • The temperature of the water in each bowl is taken at the same time What do we think will happen? • Our Prediction: Record of Results Bowl Temp. at 10.00am Temp. at 10.30am Temp. at 11.00am Temp. at 11.30am A (hot) B (room) C (ice) Bowl Temp. at 12.00pm Temp. at 12.30pm A B C The Result • The boiling water cooled to the temperature of the room. • The iced water warmed to the temperature of the room. • The bowl with the water already at room temperature, stayed the same. Our conclusion • Liquids and objects will cool or warm to the temperature of their surroundings....
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## This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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