noticed moisture at the end of the leaves of plants. She had learned earlier that water moves up plants. She wanted to see this process, so she mixed blue food coloring in a jar of water. She then put a celery stick in the water to see what would happen. She predicted that the celery would turn blue because the water will have moved up the celery stick. She checked the celery stick after a few days and it was blue.
noticed moisture at the end of the leaves in plants. What step of scientific inquiry is this an example of?
Fill in the blank: Creating the experiment with the celery is an example of .
Natalie wanted to test the strength of three different magnets: a bar magnet, a
horseshoe magnet, and a ring magnet. She planned an experiment that involved holding three
different magnets over a bowl of paper clips to see how many would stick to each magnet. She
predicted that the horseshoe magnet would hold the most paper clips and is, therefore, the
strongest magnet. Her results are provided in the given table.
Which magnet picked up the most paper clips?
Was Natalie’s prediction correct?