The materials used during the experiment included three plastic cups, three gummy bears, masking tape, marker, balance, calculator, tray, one plastic spoon, a measurement tray, and a ruler. The three plastic cups were used to hold the tap water, salt water, and sugar water. The masking tape and marker were used to label each cup with the
For years, there have been many theorists who have shared their views on how individuals learn. Such research has determined that individuals have different learning styles. It is important for teacher to understand the learning styles of both themselves and their students because it helps them to relay the subject knowledge to the students. The teacher is in a position where they must be able to assess the learning styles of their students. This means that the students and teachers are both in a process of learning.
They will be high school students that will be randomly selected from a high school population. All participants will be about the same age, all high school students, and intelligence level since they will all be attending the same high school. The participants will be selected randomly from a high school population. The experiment will be conducted in the same way for all of the groups. Additionally, the same amount of M&Ms will be eaten by each participant during the experiment.
All subjects must be in good health on the day of the experiment and should be excluded if they have suffered from cardiovascular, renal, metabolic or respiratory illnesses,
For this study, emergency medical professionals are randomly choosing which patients they will perform their studies on. One example is medical workers are using a hypertonic solution
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Moreover, this social experiment took place outside of Convocation Hall in the middle of the field. It was around 1:00PM and a mass amount of students were leaving their classes. The tester saw this as the best opportunity to begin. The tester
This experiment was formed online and changed to better fit new data. The original idea was found on education.com but the experiment was, does tea stain teeth? This experiments question was changed to, do darker drinks stain teeth darker than lighter drinks? It was changed to this to be able to test more than one drink. To increase the accuracy of the data there were three trials performed. This experiment only requires three trials because the trials are easy to complete, which will give accurate data. These methods were chosen to have the most reliable data and have a good understanding of the experiment.
Subjects performed an experiment to investigate the effects of fluid ingestion on kidney function, in which they measured with the kidney output. Before beginning the experiment, each subject was to take a sample collection and that was Sample 1. Once returned to class, the subjects recorded the time of urination and began to do the investigation. In order to begin the investigation, subjects drank one of the four fluids, and measured the effect it had on the urine output. The four fluids were bottled water, Gatorade, salt water, and black coffee. While preparing for the experiment, the contents of each of the solutions was investigated and written down to test what the solution could do to the balances in the body. Subjects figured out the
They met on three separate occasions; the first of which was a familiarization trial and signing of consent forms. The two experimental trials included a pre- and post-exercise procedures and a 40-minute scrimmage where the subjects consumed 32 ounces of either a sports drink (GatoradeTM) or a placebo (Crystal LightTM). It was a double blind crossover design with the ten subjects randomly divided into two groups. A 2-way ANOVA (analysis of variance) with repeated measures was used to determine if there was a significant effect of treatment, time and/or their
When the participants arrived, they were taken to a private room by the experimenter and told that the aim of the experiment was and asked if they minded having an injection of ‘Suproxin’ (made up name).