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 Dec 20, 2019
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She already knows that the ivy plants in the cool room grow faster. 

 

It's necessary to eliminate any contributing factor other than the temperature of the room.

Make sure the plants are receiving the same amount of water and same amount of sunlight.

Check any other conditions for sameness, such as the number of people frequenting the rooms.

 

When any differences in the two rooms other than temperature can be eliminated as possible contributing factors,

then switch rooms with the ivy plants to see which ivy grows faster.  If the slower growing ivy from the warm room now

becomes the faster growing ivy in the cool room, then you can be pretty confident that the temperature was the causal factor.  

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 Dec 20, 2019
edited by Guest  Dec 20, 2019
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Answer:Well for starters the student must make sure it is the correct temperature for each different plant even if it is different. She should then make observations and pay more attention to the specifics like which one grows faster.There should be three Ivy plants one would be warm, another would be room temp. , and the last should be cold . All of the Ivy plants must have the same amount of water for each plant. Also we make sure everything is the same what I mean is all three plants have the same pot, same feeding and fertilization if that is what you are doing, although it good to see how it would grow in different soil you should put it in the same type of soil but maybe have another set of pots and compare which one helps growth rate.I think it also might help depending on lighting like sunshine and without sunshine. Just make sure to write down your findings.Also you need to make a hypothesis

 

I put that does it make sense and is it correct??

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