Smell vs Taste - Smell vs. Taste Introduction Do you know...

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Smell vs. Taste Introduction Do you know the real reason as to why people have said to plug your nose while eating something you do not like? People tell you this because truthfully it is your smelling that creates most of your “taste”. The purpose of the project will be to analyze if the human brain can tell the difference between smell and taste. Hypothesis The human brain will not be able to tell the difference between smell and taste. Materials -Blindfold -Fruit (bananas, oranges, pears, etc.) -Lollipops -Notebook -Writing utensil Procedure 1) Do not show the person you are testing the fruit or lollipop. 2) Put the blindfold on the person. 3) Cut fruit in half. 4) Hold the fruit up to the person’s nose. 5) Put the lollipop in the person’s mouth. 6) Ask them what flavor the lollipop is. 7) Record answers. Results Conclusion In conclusion, the hypothesis was proved to be right. More of the test subjects were incorrect when answering. This was because they were blindfolded and could not
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