happyface asks:

What is a good hypothesis for a project on drag racing in water?

In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago


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chemteacher writes:
A good hypothesis is an "if... then..." statement. Drag racing in water (with boats?) could include something like "If the boat has a lighter mass, then it should move through the water faster" or "If a boat sits lower in the water, then the drag resistance of the water should make the boat move slower". It all depends on what exactly you are trying to test. Just think about what you want to "prove", then go from there.
Good luck!
> 60 days ago

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