- At the beginning of the experiment the water in the red cup was warm, it was about 81 °F, the bucket started at about 35 °F. They compared at 45 °F.
- The temperature in the cold water cup became warmer over time because of the heat of the air warming it. The cold cup was about 35 °F and the air was 71 °F and the temperature equalized.
- The temperature of the warm water was cooled by the temperature of the air over time because the temperature of the air was about 71 °F and the water was about 81 °F and it was equalized.
- My graph shows that the temperatures for both of the two waters almost equalized.
- (red) The line for the warm water went down from 81 °F to 47 °F. (blue) The line for the cool water went up from 35 °F to 45 °F.
- The temperature of the air was 71 °F and the cool water was 35 °F and the temperature of the air started to bring up the temperature to equalize.
- The temperature of the air was 71 °F and the warm water was 81 °F and the temperature of the air started to bring down the temperature to equalize.
- I think the temperature of the cool water would be about 55 °F. I think this because the temperature went up about 10 °F in 5 minutes so I think it would just add 10 °F. I think the temperature of the warm water would be about 38 °F. I think this because the temperature went down about 10 °F in 5 minutes so I think it would just take off 10 °F.
- The food coloring didn't help because it just sat in the warm water but it did show us that the water dose not go threw the cup.