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Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It will change the pitch. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch will change by the way she plucks it. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch would be low. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch will get high. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||Higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would have a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would make a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch would be lower because it has less room to vibrate. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch would get higher. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be lower. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would make a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would sound louder. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be lower. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would become a higher pitch from when she did not have it tight. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be high pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||High pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would change to a high pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be low. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be a high pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The string gets higher. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||A high pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would have a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would make a higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||Medium. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch was higher. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The sound would be higher. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would be lower. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The sound will be a high pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch would go higher. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The pitch will go low. | contradictory |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||The volume changes. | irrelevant |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would make a high pitch if Darla pull the string tighter. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It will be higher pitch. | correct |

Darla tied one end of a string around a doorknob and held the other end in her hand. When she plucked the string (pulled and let go quickly) she heard a sound. How would the pitch change if Darla pulled the string tighter?||When the string is tighter, the pitch will be higher.||It would become higher. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||Because they are repelling each other always. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets are not touching because they cannot attract to each other if they are north to north or south to south. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets will maybe not stick because the force of the magnets will maybe the pencil is long and the magnets cannot feel the other magnets. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are repelling. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets are on the side when they repel each other. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are on the same side. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch each other because the magnets are facing positive to negative. | contradictory |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They do not touch each other because one side of the magnet has a force and the other side stick to each other because they do not have a force. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets do not touch each other because either the north and north sides are facing each other or on the south and south sides are facing each other. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch each other because the rings are magnets so they repel because 2 south and north facing each other. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||Because the rings are magnets and they are facing each other on the same side. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets do not touch because the same poles are together so they all repel. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They do not touch each other because the force of magnetism is repelling them away from each other. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets do not touch because if you flip the magnet to the other side it will not stick because it makes them different. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings are not touch each other because they are not facing the right way. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings are made out of metal because they are repelling. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets are not touching because the magnetic force is making the magnets repel. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are not touching each other because they are repelling. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||Because they are not attracting. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The magnets are not touching because they are flipped around a certain way that they do not stick instead they repel. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are not touching each other because either the North and North part of the magnets are touching or the south and south are touching. | contradictory |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are not touching because there are a north and south on a magnet and the north is facing the other north. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The north pole and another north pole are touching on the magnet or the south pole and south pole which makes them repel. | contradictory |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||Because the magnets have a north and south pole and if the north touches the north or visa-versa north the will not touch. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch each other because if the magnets are not the right way they will repel. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch because the magnets were facing the same way which makes them float. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They do not touch each other because if you put magnet the magnets like this will not attract North to North. If you put magnets like this it will attract North to South. If you put it like this it will not attract South to South. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not attach each other because they are flipped upside down. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch because the top is south pole is the one below it is the south pole. When the poles are north and south they attract. | correct |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||The rings do not touch because the rings are just magnets and the magnets are on the repel side. | irrelevant |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||They are not touching each other because they repel. | partially_correct_incomplete |

Look at the picture on the right. Label the poles on each magnet. (The bottom 2 magnets are stuck together, the others are not.) What is the rule that explains why you labeled the poles the way you did?||Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.||Each magnet is pushing away from the magnet so they are attracting. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue is very attracted to the heat whether it is covered or not. Red is not attracted. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue will get hotter because it is a dark color and red is not. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue absorbs most of the sun and red did not absorb most of the sun. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That blue it is more dark than red. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue covered got hotter and in the same amount of time than the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue versus are warmer than red versus. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue is more darker so it absorbs more heat and that is why it is bigger. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||It warms better. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That the blue will heat up faster than the red because the blue is darker. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Because the blue uncovered and the red covered is like the same like the blue uncovered. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That the blue might be darker than the red. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Because blue uncovered does not attract that much heat like the red one does. | contradictory |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue collects more heat, because it is more darker than red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue color is kind of a color black and darker than red so that why the blue heat more than the red one. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue gets hotter than the red maybe because the blue is darker than the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue gathers more heat than the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue heats water better. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||It is more better than using other colors. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||If a color is dark it will heat up more than a light one so blue was dark red was light. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That heat up more fast than other. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||It tells me that the blue is winning and not the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue heats up more than the red by just a little bit, so that tells the blue collects more solar energy. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That blue is really high and that the red does not cover nothing so that means he is last. | irrelevant |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Blue absorb more heat than the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||That blue must be darker soil will absorb more than the red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The blue collectors had the highest effect it heated the most and the fastest. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The graph tells me that blue will heat up faster than red, probably because blue is darker, which attracts heat faster. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||It tells me that blue heats the water more. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||It tells me that the blue collectors heat up faster than the blue collectors. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The effect of using a blue cover can heat it up faster than red. Blue is also darker than red. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||Since red is lighter color it does not absorb much like white, but blue is darker so it is a little like black. | correct |

Andi and Scott decided to investigate solar water heaters using collectors of different colors (but the same size) as one variable and covered versus uncovered as a second variable. Look at the graph of their data and answer the questions below. What does the graph tell you about the effect of using blue versus red collectors?||Solar water heaters with blue collectors heat up faster than solar water heaters with red collectors.||The graph tells that the blue covered collected more heat than the red covered. | correct |

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