1.They compared in the beginning by a couple of degrees. The red cup with the warmer water was 63.5 degrees in fahrenheit. The water in the the colder water on the outside of the cup, in the bucket was 32.2 degrees. That is how that compared.,
2.The cold water over time was becoming more and more and more warm sitting out. It started out being 32.2 degrees and ended up being about 47.9
3. The warm water over time started to cool down from it's original temperature . It started out at around 80 degrees and ended at about 48 degrees
4. Our graph showed us what happened by telling us all of the changing temperature. When ever the table was bumped the graph changed. When ever the temperature dropped in the class room so did the temperature in the bucket and cup.
5. After 15 minutes I noticed that the temperature of both substances gradually become closer and closer. They almost met.
6.What happened to make the cold water turn warm was the air. As the temperature changed so did the cold water.
7. To make the warm water get cold was it sitting out. After the water sat out for a while the temperature of the warm water dropped because off the air and it sitting out.
8.If are experiment had ran for 20 minutes I think that the temperatures would meet. The warm water would become cold and the cold water would become warm.