we were trying to find out how many sugar cubes would dissolve on a certain temperature
I was in a group with Sophie and Lauren and we dissolved 11 sugar cubes on a 90 degrees first we got the water to 90 degrees and then we put the sugar cubes in and then they dissolved straight away.
30 degrees : 11 cubes
40 degrees : 8 cubes
50 degrees : 8 cubes
60 degrees : 19 cubes
70 degrees: 21 cubes
80 degrees : 18.5 cubes
90 degrees : 11 (but could have done more)
a problem we had was we did not have enough cubes to share around and my group did not get to as many cubes as we wanted
the things that were intersting were some cooler temperatures dissolved more cubes that higher temperatures.
when you lower the temperature from a higher temperature you will start to see the sugar again
i completed the survey which said that my strengths are music smart, word smart, myself smart.
i agree musical because i love listening to music and i pick up sounds really good
the most interesting thing is i think sometimes i cant under stand my strengths and weaknesses.
in a search it is good not to use to many words
including three good hints
a good search is Australian opens
a bad search is when is the Australian open on
For english we were asked to present a speech about when someone is worth it, you have to put youself out there
i think i went okay when i presented my speech i think one of my strengths were that my speech made sence and i spoke cearly when i do my next speech i could inprove on my speech being more longer.
Q1 my predictions were close i didnt get many wrong.
Q2 the reults that were spurprisingto me was that the magnet didnt attracted to the magnet.
Q3 no not all the metl thing attracted to the magnet.
Q4 the most strongest object that attractd to the magnets were the paper clip
Q5 the poles that attracted to each other north and south and the ones that repeled were south and south and north and north
(a) the like poles reple
(b) unlike poles attract