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FC: Katie's Gladiolus Plant

1: My Hypothesis My hypothesis is that the plants in the eighth grade room won't grow as well as the plants in the seventh grade room because the seventh graders plants get sunlight and artificial light, and ours only receive artificial light.

2: The one thing that changed in the experiment was the type of light that the two plants receive. The soil, how far it is buried, and the same amount of water will be the same between the two plants. We took pictures once a week and watered the plants every other day.

3: This line chart shows the seventh, eight, and our average height.

4: This bar graph shows how tall each plant is compared to each other. Also the minor grid lines help you see the exact points in height.

5: This is a picture of my plant on day 9. It has had around 100mL of water and it hasn't sprouted.

6: This is a picture of my plant on day 22 of the experiment. It has grown up to 36cm. It has had around 300mL. of water.

7: This doughnut graph is a bad graph because you can't see how tall each plant gets. Also you can't compare them to the other bars around it you can only compare them to itself.

8: This pie chart is a good chart because you cam compare over all which plant grew the most. Also you can that easily read the chart because it shows how big each part really is ti each other.

9: This is a picture of my plant on day 30. It is now 53cm. tall. I watered it 500mL.

10: The data reveal a difference in plant growth between the plants grown in natural light and those grown in artificial light because the eighth grade plants were taller but they weren't very strong so they fell over. The seventh grade plants were shorter but they were stronger so they would be healthier than the eighth graders.

11: My hypothesis was correct because even though the eighth grade plants were taller they weren't as sturdy and they all fell over. The seventh graders plants were shorter but they were strong so they would be a healthier plant.

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