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By Trace Naeve
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the affects of beverages on teeth. I became interested in this experiment because I have always had teeth problems.The information gained from this experiment will help others by saving them money by going to the dentist less than what they normally do.
Carbonated soda pop provides more added sugar in a typical 2-year-old toddler's diet than cookies, candies and ice cream combined.Fifty-six percent of 8-year-olds down soft drinks daily, and a third of teenage boys drink at least three cans of soda pop per day.
My hypothesis is the drink with the most acid in it will decay the fastest.I base my hypothesis on a website I investigated.
2. 3 different kinds of pop
3. 3 identical cups
DV=amount of decayCV= amount of pop, identical cups
1. Pour 1 1/2 cups of one beverage into one of the cups
2. Hollow out an egg
3. Put the eggshell in the beverage for 10 hours
4. Record the amount of decay5. Repeat step 1-4 with each beverage
My hypothesis was the drink with the most acid in it will decay the fastest.I base my hypothesis on a website I investigated.
- The results indicate that this hypothesis should be considered…..Based on the results of this experiment…. If I were to conduct this science fair project again I would...
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