1. The red water was very hot, it was around 90 degrees farenhiet. The regular water was very cold, it was about 30 degrees farenhiet.
2. Overtime the cold water got warmer because it was near hot water which made it warmer. Also after sitting for a while it got warmer.
3. The warm water did the same thing except instead of getting warmer it got colder. Also after being by cold water it got colder.
4. It showed how the temperature went up and down. It showed that because near the end the warm and cold water was almost the exact same temperature after the 15 minutes.
5. The lines on the graph went up and down and they were 2 degrees apart at the end of the fifteen minutes.
6. The cold water got warmer because it was right next to a cup of very hot water so over time it got warmer.
7. It's pretty much the same because like I said when the warm water was right next to really cold water, over time it's going to get colder.
8. I totally think that because the temperatures were almost exactly the same after 15 minutes so I think after 20 minutes they would be the same so I think the cold water would be 55 degrees and the warm water would be 55-60 degrees.
9. Yes. Because the warm water that had the food coloring in it didn't go through the cup so it's showing how just being right next to it you can feel the heat.