6th grade science project for PsyDAG

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Thank You for answering PsyDAG. You asked what my hypothesis was. Here it is--Raising the temperature of the vegetable oil and thyme will increase the velocity of the mixture's movement. So is the question you responded to earlier, or actually late Saturday night correct??

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