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2. The cold water began to get warmer and warmer as it adjusted to the room temperature and it started to evaporate.
3. The warm water began to get colder and, just like the cold water, it began to adjust to room temperature and evaporate.
4. The graph showed the temperature drop or rise when the thermometer sticks were in the water. It showed a broken line graph of the data.
5. The lines on my partners and my graph were a little bit different than everyone elses because our lines were parallel the whole time and were really close together the whole 15 minutes.
6. It could have effected the cold water in two ways. One was that the water adjusted to room temperature or (it could also be both) when the cold water was next to the warm water it could have effected it.
7. Same thing as the cold water. It could have effected it because it adjusted to room temperature, or when the cold water was next to the warm water it could have effected it.
8. I think that the temperatures will probably keep going straight because the whole 15 minutes the temperatures were parallel. And, almost the whole time the temperatures were straight.
9. The food coloring didn't have anything to do with the temperatures. That is because no explosions or anything like that happened to the water when the food dye was put in except making it red.