S: TAYLOR'S GLADIOLA
BC: the end
FC: Taylor's Gladiola
1: we did this experiment over 4 weeks. we watered it 30ml two times a week and measured it every week. then we had to make graphs to show the averages between the 7th grade and 8th grade, and if we liked that kind of graph or not. last we had to make this mixbook with all of out information and pictures to show what we did.
2: My Hypothesis: I think that the natural sunlight will make the plants grow faster than just regular light from a light bulb.
3: my plant on day 9 it did not grow we watered it approcimetly90ml in all
4: Cone Graph
5: I like the cone graph a lot. I think it’s easy to read. It is kinda neat looking with all cool points and stuff. In the future I would personally use this graph. All in all I really like this graph and would recommend it to people. I hope to use this in the future.
7: my plant on day 22 it was 6cm tall and we watered it apprametly180ml in all.
8: LINE Graph
9: this line graph is a little hard to read to me, because the lines intersect. I personally would not use this graph for a project except if it is required. To other people it might be easy to read but not for me. I like line graphs but this one is horrible. I would not mined using it if I could read it better
11: my plant on day 30 it was 20ml tall we watered approximately it 210 ml in all.
12: Bar Graph
13: I like bar graphs I have always liked them. They are the easiest to read in my opinion. I will probably use them in the future. Anyone who asks I will tell them to use a bar graph. I know I think bar graphs are fun.
14: After the experiment was completed and the data has been analyzed, my conclusion is that, In the end the 7th graders plants were smaller but stronger than the 8th grades were. The 7th grade also had more sprouts than the 8th grade.