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# Which observations, experiences, or lesson materials helped you form your hypothesis? The other question is.

compare your data with your hypothesis. Explain how the data supports or does not support your hypothesis. If your data does not support your hypothesis, use the data you collected to answer the original question. The other question I need help with is. Describe what happened as the ice melted. Where do you think the energy goes when it is not raising the temperature? I am having a lot of trouble with these questions.

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Graph the data from Question 4.
Determine the values for the x-axis and y-axis based on your data.
Plot Time (min) against Temperature (&quot;C).
Label the states of matter on the graph.
Indicate (i) where only ice was present, (ii) where water and ice were present, (ili) when only water was
present, and (iv) when the water was boiling.
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Compare your data with your hypothesis. Explain how the data supports or does not support your
hypothesis. If your data does not support your hypothesis, use the data you collected to answer the
original question.
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Describe what happened as the ice melted. Where do you think the energy goes when it is not raising the
temperature?

Which observations, experiences, or lesson materials helped you form your hypothesis?
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Use the data from the experiment table Temperature and Time During Change of Phase: Water Heated to
complete this data table. In the notes column, be sure to indicate (a) where only ice was present, (b)
where water and ice were present, (c) when only water was present, and (d) when the water started to
boil.
Time (min)
Temperature (&quot;C)
State of matter
Notes
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The container of ice was placed over a flame. See the data table for the phase and temperature cha
that took place.
Time
Temperature
State of Matter
Observation of the pots contents
(min)
Notes
-16
(solid)
Ice
(solid)
Ice beginning to melt
2
0
(some solid and some liquid)
Ice and water
3
0
(liquid
Ice all melted into water
25
(liquid
Water
5
50
(liquid
Water
75
(liquid)
Water
7
100
(liquid)
Mostly water, steam starts rising
100
(liquid and gas)
Some water, lots of steam
100
(gas)
No water, all steam
10
136
(gas)
Steam
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