#1. What was your maximum temperature? Answer: 94.7
#2. What was your minimum temperature? Answer: 90.0
#3. What was your range temperature? Answer: 3.7
#4. What were the materials that you put on your bottle in order? Answer: Our first material was a quilt, our second material was a towel, and our third was foam.
#5.Why did you use the materials that you did? Answer: We wanted the materials that we picked because we wanted really good insulators (Things that keep heat in them, or does not let heat escape) and we knew that towels, foam, and quilt could keep you warm, which is what insulators do, keep things warm.
#6 What are some materials that you didn't choose? Answer: We didn't use bubble wrap, polyester batting, glitter felt, plastic, wool, cotton, nylon, wax paper, aluminum, and fur.
#7 Why didn't you use them? Answer: We didn't use them because we thought that most of them would be bad insulators.
#8 Explain any blips on your graph (If you have them). Answer: We didn't have any blips. Our graph was a straight line.
#9 Is an insulator a good or poor conductor of heat energy? Answer: An insulator is a poor conductor because insulators and conductors are opposite and a poor insulator is a good conductor and a poor conductor is a good insulator.