We graph data to make it easier to see patterns. Upload a photo of…

We graph data to make it easier to see patterns. Upload a photo of your scatter plot of the effect of temperature on balloon volume. Be sure that your graph includes units and labeled axes. Carefully consider what variable– temperature or volume– you put on the horizontal (X) axis. If you think that changing balloon volume led to a change in temperature, then volume goes on the X axis. If you think changing temperature led to a change in balloon volume, then temperature goes on the X axis. Order the temperature measurement from lowest to highest. Be sure to use the formula provided in your lab handout to calculate final volume. If you do not, you won’t be able to correctly interpret your data. Note that this is not simply length x width x height as it would be for a rectangular solid. See me or a tutor if you need help with the math.

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