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  2. Bad Tomatoes Investigation

    Part 1 There are 3 different positions for the tomatoes to start going bad. The first position is anywhere in the middle of any side: As you can see, the first tomato to go bad is the one coloured black. And then the tomatoes it touches go bad until all the tomatoes in the tray have gone bad. Also it doesn't matter which side the tomato starts going bad as long as it's in the middle and on the side. A table can be drawn from this for analysis and to generate a formula: Number of hours ( )

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  3. Bad Tomatoes Investigation

    I have also found that whatever a tray size may be, the maximum amount of tomatoes to turn bad in that particular tray, will always be the same as the size of the tray. Eg. A tray measuring 5*5 will have a maximum of 5 tomatoes, which turn bad. I have also found a formula, which tells me the time taken for all of the tomatoes to turn bad in any tray.

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