1. In the beginning the temperatures in the red solo cup were totally different than the temperatures in the bucket, The hot water was burning and the cold water was freezing. The hot water temperature started out as 76 degrees and the hot water started as 46.8 degrees.
2. Over time the cold water gradually rose and it got hotter and hotter. The cold water ended up at 59.4 degrees.
3. Over time the hot cold down much faster than the cold water rose. The hot water ended up at 57.1 degrees.
4. The temperature probe graph showed how hot and cold the water got over time when it was left in there. I like the number graph by the side because it's easier to read.
5. After 15 minutes it had already crossed so the temperatures were about 3-5 degrees apart. The lines cross at about the 8 minute mark.
6. The warm water got colder because the hot water always try's to make the cold water warmer. So when the hot water makes the cold water hotter hotter it gets colder in the process.
7. The same thing happens in question 6, the hot water rushes to make the cold water hotter. So on the graph the hot water drops more fast then the cold water rises.
8. I predict that the two lines on the graph will connect again and make the under armer symbol. I think that because on the picture the lines are getting closer and closer together.
9. No the water didn't go through the red solo cup, it may look like a little pink but that's just the reflection of the red cup. The red food coloring dye really helps because how would we know if the water traveled through the cups.
10. The temperatures started off completely different but after 8 minutes the temperatures crossed. So the direction that they went was actually up and down.