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Can People Find the Difference Between Low-Fat and Regular Fat? By Tahirah Suter and Rosemary G

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Taste test Wednesday, April 30, 14

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Data Wednesday, April 30, 14

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My hypothesis is that not a lot of people can taste the difference, and it is wrong because lots of people can taste the difference between low fat milk and regular milk. My prediction was not correct. People can taste the difference between low fat crackers and regular crackers. My question was: Can people taste the difference between low fat and regular fat? The answer is: Yes, people can taste the difference! My materials are low fat crackers, regular crackers, low fat milk and regular milk. Rosie and I also made a big poster to state the question, boxes to hide the ingredients in so no one sees which is which, and sign up slips for the data.

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Step by Step Procedure

1. Question 2. Prediction/Hypothesis 3. Collect data 4. Organize data 5. Conclusion Wednesday, April 30, 14

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Question

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First, we wrote down our question: Can people taste the difference between low-fat and regular fat?

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Prediction/Hypothesis nď Ž

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My prediction was no, people cannot taste the difference between low-fat and regular fat. My hypothesis was that if people taste two foods (one fat and one low fat), then they will not be able to taste the difference.

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Collect Data n Materials: n

Slips

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Poster, Paint brushes

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Tables

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Tape,Signs,Pins,Scissors

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Milk,Cracker-low-fat+ regular fat

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Bags,Tissues,Cups

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Collect Data

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Procedure

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Email teachers to advise them and students

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Gather subjects

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Use the slips to record data

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Give milk and cookies to subjects to taste

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Ask which is regular fat and which is low fat

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Record response on slip

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Place completed slips in bag

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Organize Data

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Method: Graph Divide into categories: Man,Woman, Boy, Girl Use tally marks to record yes or no

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Conclusion

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In conclusion, our hypothesis was wrong, because a lot of people could taste the difference.

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Thank you!

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Rosie tahirah sci