2. What was your minimum temperature (use your Data Chart, not the picture)?
3. What is your range? If you had any penalties or gifts, include those in your total.
4. What materials did you use in your insulated bottle (type them in order from your first layer, second layer, and third layer.)?
5. Why did you choose the materials that you did?
6. What are some materials that you didn't choose?
7. Why didn't you choose them?
8. Explain any blips on your graph (if you have them). Why did it do that?
9. Is an insulator a good or a poor conductor of heat energy?
2. Our minimum temp. was 62.1 degrees at its lowest.
3.We had a range of 29.7 degrees and we had no penalties or gifts added.
4. Our first layer was polyester batting and our second was quilt and the outside one was bubble rap.
5. We thought that since the inside layers were thick and the bubble rap has air pockets it would be a good insulator.
6. We didn't choose wool and nylon.
7. We didn't choose these because they were very thin and not to protective.\
8. one of our blips was when my partner moved the temp. prob on accident and we think it may have touched the bottom of the bottle once.
9. our bottle was a poor insulator because we had a few mistakes along the way.