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Christina has a glass of water. Michael has a fruit juice drink. Both drinks are at room temperature, and both students add ice to their drink's. Condensation begins to on the outside of Christina's glass before Michael's. How can they state their observations as a problem to design an experiment.
A) What is condensation?
B) How does ice cause condensation to form in water?
C) Does the temperature of the air influence condensation?
D) Does the type of liquid influence the rate at which condensation forms?
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  1. You asked this twice ;)

    Not even going to guess?

    Let me give you some hints:

    What variables are the same for each?

    B) does not address the variable

    They know what condensation is.

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  2. Thank you

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  3. That helped a lot

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  4. I think the answer is d

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  5. Yes sir! Nice work.

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  6. make a list of things that can cause weathering The Rock

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  7. what things can cause what body of water could afford the largest sedimints

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