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Unformatted text preview: room. 6) [ Measure ] I instructed both groups to see if both cups milks had the same fresh smell. Group 1 decided they would not drink the cup left out for a day. Group 2 had two cups that were refrigerated, and they decided both cups were fine to drink. 7) [ Analyze ] I do believe that there were no chance occurrences or errors in the results because it was a very controlled environment. Three milks from the same bottle were put into the fridge and not moved for the same amount of time. My experiment, however simple, successfully proved that milk will go bad if left out. Group 1 picked out the milk that was left out and said they would not drink that because it smelled very sour, and the other milk smelled fine. Group 2 confirmed they would drink both of the milks and that they smelled very fresh. The cause was leaving milk out on the table and the effect was that the milk spoiled....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '08 term at Massasoit.
- Spring '08