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The aim of this experiment is to find out if when penguins
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Science Coursework: Penguins
The aim of this experiment is to find out if when penguins "huddle up" it creates warmth for the penguins.
In this experiment I am going to use test tubes to symbolise penguins "huddling up". I will firstly get all of my equipment, then I will fill firstly one test tube with water, then 9, then 17, then 25 in bunches. I will fill them all with water at a temperature of 65 degrees C. I will leave each set for 5 minutes and record the temperature of the centre tube. I will see if this tube huddled between a bunch is the highest temperature after 5 minutes than the rest. If the test tube in the bunch of 25 has the highest, my prediction will be correct.
To make my experiment a fair test I will do the following:
* Make sure each test tube is exactly the same size, I will do this by measuring them.
* I will make sure each test tube is the same distance from each other, I will do this by making each set touch each other
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