1. The diagram below shows three identical beakers containing water, heated by three Bunsen burners which supply identical amounts of heat. Beakers 1 and 2each contain 100 mL of water. Beaker 3 contains 200 mL of water. The height of the flame under beakers 1 and 3 is the same. The height of the flame under beaker 2 is lower. A temperature probe is used to determine the change in temperature of the water over the same time interval for each. 2 3) (a)If you want to find out if the amount of water in the beaker affects the temperature change, which two setups would you use? (b)If you want to find out if the height of the flame affects the temperature change, which two setups would you use?

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1. The diagram below shows three identical beakers containing water, heated by three
Bunsen burners which supply identical amounts of heat. Beakers 1 and 2each contain 100
mL of water. Beaker 3 contains 200 mL of water. The height of the flame under beakers
1 and 3 is the same. The height of the flame under beaker 2 is lower. A temperature probe
is used to determine the change in temperature of the water over the same time interval
for each.
2
3)
(a)If you want to find out if the amount of water in the beaker affects the temperature
change, which two setups would you use?
(b)If you want to find out if the height of the flame affects the temperature change, which
two setups would you use?
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1. The diagram below shows three identical beakers containing water, heated by three Bunsen burners which supply identical amounts of heat. Beakers 1 and 2each contain 100 mL of water. Beaker 3 contains 200 mL of water. The height of the flame under beakers 1 and 3 is the same. The height of the flame under beaker 2 is lower. A temperature probe is used to determine the change in temperature of the water over the same time interval for each. 2 3) (a)If you want to find out if the amount of water in the beaker affects the temperature change, which two setups would you use? (b)If you want to find out if the height of the flame affects the temperature change, which two setups would you use?