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Physics lab - The prediction said that If the number of...

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Purpose : To find out what color car most students and staff at AMHS have. Prediction: If the number of cars in a parking lot is counted, then there will be silver cars than any other color because silver is a popular color for a car Variables : Independent : The color of the cars Dependent : The number of cars in each color Control : All the cars are from the same parking lot Procedure : 1.) Make a data table with a space to mark the number of cars and the color of the car 2.) Walk outside to the parking lot and count the color of each car and record data Tools: Lab Book Pencil Data: Total Cars/Colors Color Numbe r Red 33 Blue 42 Green 29 Grey 34 Silver 25 White 31 Tan 21 Yellow 2 Purple 2 Student Parking Lot Color Number Red 21 Blue 31 Green 18 Grey 15 Silver 23 White 25 Tan 17 Yellow 2 Purple 2 Pink 1 Black 29 Orange 1 Total 185 Teachers Parking Lot Color Number Red 12 Blue 11 Green 11 Grey 16 Silver 2 White 6 Tan 4 Yellow 0 Purple 0 Pink 0 Black 13 Orange 0 Total 75

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Pink 1 Black 42 Orange 1 Total 260 Interpretation of Results:
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Unformatted text preview: The prediction said that If the number of cars in a parking lot is counted, then there will be silver cars than any other color because silver is a popular color for a car Conclusion: This lab was conducted to find which color cars students and teachers use more in the Auburn Mountainview High School. The prediction said that The prediction said that If the number of cars in a parking lot is counted, then there will be silver cars than any other color because silver is a popular color for a car. But the data proved that the prediction is wrong. There were actually more grey cars than any other color. The numbers of silver color cars were 25 and the numbers of grey color cars were 34. Therefore, the prediction was proven wrong. What would have happened if more cars were counted in to the data?...
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