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Day 153: Heating Lab – Day 2 April 28, 2007

Posted by Admin in Homework, Meteorology.

Analysis of yesterday’s lab data on the heating of three substances (water, dirt, and sand) was completed in class today. We first discussed graphing basics: When graping temperature vs. time, it is best to place Time on the x-axis and Temperature on the Y axis. Remember to scale your axes as to allow your graph to be as large as possible. You may also want to consider placing a break on the Y axis.

Following the graphing of the data, students worked in pairs to complete the lab analysis questions on the back of yesterday’s handout. This completed lab write-up with answers and graphs from each group member should be submitted as a complete packet (don’t turn it in if you’re missing any parts!) and is due on Monday at the start of class.



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