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What was your independent variable?
The colour of light/filter
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What was the range of your independent variable?
Blue to red
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Was the range suitable?
Yes, because we tested colours on both ends of the spectrum and colours with this range. This allowed us to see whether the colour of light affected the rate of photosyntyhesis
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Did you have any anomalies in your results?
Yes we had two anomalies. These are anomalies because they were significantly different than previous results and didn't fit the pattern so I put them in brackets and didn't include them in the averages. For example at...
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Did your results suppport the hypothesis?
Yes, because the colour of light affected the number of bubbles produced in 2 minutes therefore affecting the rate of photosynthesis, some colours produced a lot of bubbles but others produced a smaller amount. For example when we used the blue light
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