(2) Does your partner's data show a similar pattern to your own? Explain. Not really because mine starts out bigger then mine has a bigger drop than his.
(3) What could these patterns in your table or graph indicate? They could indicate me starting out not that tired and then It shows that I got tired toward the end of the experiment.
4. Why did your hand strength change over the course of this experiment? My hand and fingers started out strong but they started to hurt and get really tired.
- How do you think your muscle cells get oxygen, nutrients, and water to make the energy they need to function? Well oxygen kind of flows through your body so it would easily be able to get to your muscle cells. For water, your body is mostly made of water so it would probably would already flow through there. And finally for nutrients if you eat a lot of good foods that have nutrients in them and it flows through your body.
- What do you think you could have done to prevent your muscles from tiring? Stopped moving them and rested them for awhile.
- What should you do if you experience muscle fatigue in the future? Stop with whatever I'm doing and just relax them for awhile.