- Submitted By: anjai
- Date Submitted: 05/31/2013 2:07 PM
- Category: Science
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Lab #1 M&M

Problem/Question:

My question is how many M&M’s are in the blue bag (pretzels) and how many M&M’s are in the brown bag (milk chocolate).

Hypothesis:

I predict that there are more M&M’s in the brown bag than in the blue bag because in the brown bag the M&M’s are much more small and will probably have double the M&M’s than in the blue bag.

Materials:

1. I pk. Of the milk chocolate M&M’s

2. I Pk. Of the pretzels M&M’s

3. Pencils

4. Notebook

Procedure:

1. You have the think of a question/problem then write it on your M&M group activity paper.

2. Then think of a hypothesis / predict how many M&M’s you think are in the blue bag and how many M&M’s are in the brown bag

3. When you’re done open the blue and brown bag and count how many M&M’s are in them. Then record your data on a piece of paper.

4. After you finish counting you check to see if you’re hypothesis is correct.

5. Lastly, when you finish all these steps you can eat your M&M’s

Results (data):

Group # 2b | Total # of M&M’s | # of green M&M’s | #of brown M&M’s | #of Yellow M&M’s | #of orange M&M’s | # of blue M&M’s | # of red M&M’s |

Milk M&M’s | 17 | 2 | 5 | 1 | 2 | 5 | 2 |

Pretzels M&M’s | 5 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 2 |

Conclusion:

My hypothesis is right there were more M&M’s in the brown bag than they are in the blue bag because the brown M&M’s are smaller than the blue M&M’s