Archive | January, 2013

Purpose: When Should Mr. Fox Drink His Coffee?

January 11, 2013

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Problem Finding Mr. Fox has a three year old daughter and one year old son.  This has led  Mr. Fox to drastically increase his coffee intake due to a sharp decrease in his amount of sleep. Mr. Fox often burns his tongue on coffee that is too hot or chokes down a cup of coffee […]

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Procedure: When Should Mr. Fox Drink His Coffee?

January 9, 2013

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How can I design an experiment to test when to drink my coffee to experience optimal drinkability?

Independent Variable: Coffee Temperature (Celsius)

Dependent Variable: Coffee Drinkability (see data table descriptors)

1. Pour one 400 ml mug of coffee from a fresh pot of Bunsen Burner coffee.
2. Start timer
3. Record temperature (degrees Celsius)

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Procedure: Bunsen Burner Coffee

January 8, 2013

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 Ever wonder how to make delicious Bunsen Burner coffee? . Purpose – Procedure – Data Table – Graph – Conclusion

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Qualitative vs. Quantitative Data

January 7, 2013

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What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data? Quantitative Data:  Numerical Data Can be measured Coffee Temperature Examples Length of a Finger – 5 cm Speed of Car – 12o kph Amount of Water – 57 mL Mass of Brick – 2.95 kg Qualitative Data: No Numerical Data Observations from your senses Coffee Drinkability […]

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Data Tables: Time-Temp-Coffee Drinkability

January 5, 2013

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Creating Data Tables using Google Spreadsheets  FANCY Data Tables using Google Spreadsheets . Purpose – Bunsen Burner Coffee – Procedure – Graph – Conclusion

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Graphing: Burnt Tongue to Ice Cold

January 4, 2013

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Graphically representing the ideal time to drink my coffee. Data taken from Data Tables: Time – Temp – Coffee Drinkability Post Click Read More to learn how to make graphs using Google Spreadsheets

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Conclusion: Best Coffee Drinking Time

January 3, 2013

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The best time to drink my coffee was… Temperature:  65 – 50 degrees Celsius Time:  5.5 – 20 minutes after poured There were a range of temperatures that provided a good coffee drinking experience.  As the temperature decreased I was able to drink it without burning my mouth.  However at a certain temperature the coffee […]

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