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`-1673	1	The procedures I think they should have included inorder for me to replicate the experiment would be how different samples did they used for each? What tool did they use to determine the mass.`
`-1674	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would need to know how many ml of vinegar they used, how much distilled water to rinse the samples with and how they obtained the mass of each sample.`
`-1675	1	In order to replicate their experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar you are pouring into each of the containers as well as what kind of samples we are going to measure. It should state specifically marble, limestone, wood and plastic. It should also tell us on what the rocks samples will sit on as different materials may compromise the results. The last thing that would be needed to replicate this experiment is to tell us what kind of containers the samples should be put in such as wooden boxes,glass test tubes,ziploc bags etc.`
`-1676	1	Pleace a simple of one material into one container and label it. Repeat with remaining samples placing a single sample into a single container.`
`-1677	1	Determin the mass of four different samples marble, limestone, wood, plastic. They all have starting mass and end mass, and the diffrence. The wood has the most mass but marble has the most diffrence in mass.`
`-1678	1	In order to repeat the experiment you would need to know what you are testing for. They never say the reason for the experiment you need to know how much vinegar they used, because that should be the same for each container. Also in their procedure they dont tell what the samples aren't. If you only had the procedure and not the graph, you wouldnt be able to replicate is because you dont know what they were testing in the vinegar.`
`-1679	1	To replicate this experiment you would need four new samples. You would also need more vinegar and new containers to do the experiment in.`
`-1680	1	"After reading the procedure, there is a lot more information that they need in order to replicate this experiment. They should say how much vinegar to put into the container and which container to put it in. They should be more specific when stating how things should be measured by saying 'measure mass on a tripple-beam balance"" etc."`
`-1681	1	After reading the group's procedures, I would need to know the exact amount of vinegar in each container. This important because  it could affect  how much of the sample is dissolved. I would also need to know were to store the containers in a cold or hot room with light or dark. Also I would need to know the formula for finding the difference incase I didn't know. It is a common error to subtract the wrong masses. Finally, I would need to know how long to rinse each sample and whether to dry the samples under light or not.This would affect its weight.`
`-1682	1	After reading the groups procedure, I would need to know the names of the three samples being tested in the experiment. The amount of the sample being poured into the containers would also be necessary as well as the amount of distilled water being used to rinse each sample. Another important factor would be to know the location of samples were placed in to sit and dry for 30 minutes. How the students recorded the mass would also be needed to replicate the experiment.`
`-1683	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to determine the mass and then label each of the four containers. I would also need to put the same amount of vinegar in each container. The last additional changes I would do is to clean up, gather my materials first, and then determine which material is right for solving my problem.`
`-1684	1	What the hypothesis is/what they are trying to prove. How much vinegar is needed and added to each sample. What can be used as a constant?`
`-1685	1	After reading the groups procedure, the additional information I conclude, that they need for me to replicate the experiment is, where do you put the samples when you replace them from the containers and how to determine the mass.`
`-1686	1	To replicate the group's experiment, the procedure would have to state how much vinegar was poured into the containers. Also, they should specify what kinds of containers they were using as this could affect the results. In the procedure, they also failed to tell what 4 samples were used in the experiment, a key variable to it's success.`
`-1687	1	Some information that I would need to replicate the experiment are a list of the materials Id need to know how to determine the mass, because those things are not stated in the procedure.`
`-1688	1	To replicate this experiment the person would need to state how much vinegar to use, how they re going to determine the mass of the end and how long to rinse of the samples with water.`
`-1689	1	Information that would be required to replicate the experiment would be the amount of vinegar to be poured in each container, the size or amount of each sample of material, and where to store the sample when they are drying from the vinegar.`
`-1690	1	The student should have stated in the hypothesis that they predicted and correct or not. Also they should have added what could've went wrong in the experiment and what should they have worked on to make better.`
`-1691	1	In the procedure, there is not enough information for someone to replicate this experiment. The procedure should include namingine four samples that need to be determined and how much vinegar needs to be poured in the containers. The students should also state what they will be measuring when determining the mass. These three things could improve the procedure of the experiment.`
`-1692	1	One piece of information that I would add is how much vinigar to use in each container. The 2nd piece I would add is how big the container should be. A third piece of information that I would add to this experiment is to tell the person to mark all the information down into a nice organized table.`
`-1693	1	For me to be able to replicate this experiment, i would just have to follow the procedure over again.For example, i would have to determine the mass of all four samples. Next i would pour the vinegar in each of four separate containers and act.`
`-1694	1	Additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment is you would need to know the data collected from before. Another thing you would need is to know the collected information, on last and final thing you would need to know is what happened after the next before having it out for 30 mins. What was in the when you pilled it out.`
`-1695	1	In this experiment I would also include how it looked after 24 hours why the mass went down and why you would put the samples to sit and dry for 30 minutes.`
`-1696	1	You would need a list of things to get supplies. Those would include such things as a scale, cups the samples, vinegar and distilled water. Another thing needed was the names of the samples themselves in the question. And there is no reason or problem stated.`
`-1697	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you would need to know what the samples you're using are. In step 1, it says to determine the mass of  four different samples. Also, in step 3 it tells you to place each sample in a different container. However,you are never told what the samples are that you are using.`
`-1698	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar was used in the containers. I would need to know this because if I just poured vinegar into four cups, the amounts would be different and it could change the results of my expierement.`
`-1699	1	Any additional information needed to replicate this experiment would be how much vinegar to use so there are same amount in each container, how much water to rinse 4 with because to little might not wash off all the vinegar and to much might wash off some of the materials and affect the final mass, also students may need to know what unit to measure the materials in. So they can get almost exactly what the other group got.`
`-1700	1	To replicate this experiment I would need to find out what kind of containers I need. I would also need to know what to put the samples on to sit and dry. Finally I would need to find out what the students used to obtain the mass of the samples.`
`-1701	1	The procedure is very unclear. In order to replicate this experiment, the procedure must be more specific, for example, instructions must be made about; how much vinegar must you pour into the containers, what kind of containers should be used, specify what the four samples are in the procedure.`
`-1702	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you need to add to the procedure. First, you'd need to know what four samples to use, how much of the sample to use, how much vinegar to add to the sample, decide what container to put the sample in and how much distilled water is used to rinse the sample.`
`-1703	1	To be able to separate this experiment, their needs to be  more information in the procedure. The students should be specified for amount of vinegar added to the samples. The students should've added that the experiment should be repeated to be sure the results were correct. The last thing that was  missing from  the procedure is a list of the four samples being used.`
`-1704	1	In order to replicate this experiment they must supply more specific information for example,they should list the four different sample names. Second they should give the size of the container. Last, they must specify how much vinegar and the possible strength of that vinegar.`
`-1705	1	After reading the groups procedure, information that needs to be included is, tell what they are taking samples of. Another thing they should include to how much vinegar they are mixing with each sample. The final thing they should include is about how much of each sample to use. Those would be needed to replicate the experiment.`
`-1706	1	Well, the procedure does not state what the four samples are and you need to know that in order to do anything. You also need to know how much vinegar should be used. And you would need to know whether the samples are placed into the same containers as the ones with vinegar.`
`-1707	1	You would need to know how much vinegar you need to put into each container. You need to have a control sample. After washing the sample, do you put it back into the container?`
`-1708	1	Give the amount of each sample needed for the experiment have the amount of vinegar needed to the experiment. Give the amount of freely to rinse and how long do  varies  and should the all same time and what temperature was the water.`
`-1709	1	To replicate this experiment, I would need to know what the control was. If there even was one to begin with. The measurements for the vinegar and amount of each material placed in the vinegar are also left out. The names of the materials should also be mentioned in the procedure.`
`-1710	1	After reading the group's procedure the additional information needed to replicate the experiment would be the different samples used. How much vinegar is going to be poured into each of the containers and what should the containers be labled.`
`-1711	1	In order for me to replicate the experiment, I would need o know how much, vinegar to pour in each cup, and how much f one substance. Without doing that it can effect each substance differently.`
`-1712	1	The procedureshould explain what the samples are. The procedure should say to calculate the difference in mass of each substance. The procedure should explain how much vinegar to use.`
`-1713	1	Some additional informatio would of bee what four examples should we whaz or what adding vinegar to the samples as getting to do.`
`-1714	1	In order to replicate this experiment one would need to know what materials the samples are made of. Step number three would need to be revised to say that each sample has it's own cup of vinegar. Also an amount of vinegar was not determined. A constant starting mass should have been used between the four materials because the vinegar may have ecoded more of one material due to a larger amount of surface area.`
`-1715	1	Some additional information that you would need to replicate this experiment would be things like the mass of each of the samples before they were put in the vinegar. The temperature of the vinegar when it was put in the cup with the samples, the size of the containers that the sample and solution were in and the amount of vinegar that they put in the cups, and also weather they did multiple trails or not.`
`-1716	1	You would need the nishpoping  and you would need to know were they got the number from.`
`-1717	1	How much vinegar do you put into the containers. Take out materials. Determine the mass with a triple beam balance.`
`-1718	1	To replicate this experiment I need to know the materials and how to find the mass because one cannot assume that another person knows what they are doing.`
`-1719	1	At least include three piece of information in order to replicate the experiment. The procedure are determine the mass of four defferent samples. Pour vinegar in each of four separate but identical containers, place a sample of one material into one container and label. Repeat with remaining samples placing a single sample into a single container after 24 hours, remove the samples from the container and rinse each sample with distilled water. Determine the mass of each sample.`
`-1720	1	In the procedure it should state how to determine the mass of each material. Also it should state the amount of vinegar poured into the container.`
`-1721	1	Three pieces of information needed to replicate the experiment are: (1) Amount of vinegar poured into the containers. (2) Size of samples (marble, limestone, wood, plastic) and (3) How much distilled water is used to rinse the samples.`
`-1722	1	To replicate this experiment, it would be important to know how much vinegar should be poured into the four containers in step 2. This is unclear, therefore the amount of vinegar should be specified. Next, the group should specify how much a single sample is. The samples should be constant, therefore results are comparable. The group should decide on a certain mass sample to use for the four materials. Lastly to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much distilled water to rinse the samples with. Right now this information is vague.`
`-1723	1	"In order to replicate this experiment, I believe that the group needs to include more information on the sample. They need to say where the samples are being stored during the 24 hours and at what temperature. Based on this given information, the could be located outdoors or indoors where the temp would effect the rock sample. Also, they must include the amount of vinegar used in the container. They simply tell us to ""pour vinegar"" but never include an amount."`
`-1724	1	To determine the mass put what form of weight system your weighing it on grams pounds etc...When  pouring the vinegar put what you'll be measuring Witer ,ml, liters etc be none describtive  when labeling samples.`
`-1725	1	You would need to know how much vinigar to put in. You would need to know what the group is testing. You would also need to know what the group is testing for, what is their statement ?`
`-1726	1	Some additional information that i would need is I was to replicate this experiment is what samples to get. They would need to say we got all four samples then heated them. Another piece of information that I may need is to find out the difference in mass from befor and after the experiment. And last is to have a step that says to release the scale so that the mass can be removed.`
`-1727	1	In order to replicate this experiment the procedure would need to include the amount of vinegar used in each cup. We would also need to know what the samples are while the data table identifies them, it is not clear from the procedure what  we are testing. Also, we would need to know exactly what it is were testing. The procedure should include something about recording the starting mass, ending mass, and the difference in mass.`
`-1728	1	In order to replicate the expiment, you must have to mention the four types of samples. List the mass and after you have, you see the difference in mass and double with the information of the results of the mass.`
`-1729	1	The Additional information i would need in other to replicate the experiment is to named the sample that i would have used in the expeement.`
`-1730	1	I would add how much vinegar is being added to the four containers. I would also add more samples to the lab. And I would repeat the lab again to see if I get the same answers.`
`-1731	1	The first thing I would have to know is. What are my samples going to be of? I would also want to know how much vinegar I'm suppose to pour in each container. I also would need to know what type of container I'm to store the samples in.`
`-1732	1	1. Determine the mass of four different samples; marble, limestone, wood and plastic ^p 2. Pour 20ml of vinegar in each of four seperate, but identical beakers. ^p 3. Place a sample of one material into one container and label. Repeat with remaining samples, placing a single sample into a single container place all of containers in the same place.`
`-1733	1	You would also need beakers and test tube and a timer.`
`-1734	1	You would need to know how much vinegar needed for each container, also how big the containers are that you need to put the materials in to ensure that they fit. The placement of the containers is important because if they are left in the sun when they shouldn't be, it could change the results. How much distilled water one needs to put into each container is important to know too.`
`-1735	1	Besides knowing the procedure, in order to replicate this experiment I would have to know what the problem is that we are trying to solve. That way, I could make sure I am coming up with the right information to answer the problem. Another piece of information I would have to know is if there is a control group. This is because if there was one, I could compare my data from the different samples to the control group. Also I would have to know what the control variables are because if all of the variables that need to be controlled are not that my information would not be as valid as it could be.`
`-1736	1	To replicate this experiment, i would need to know how much vinegar to add in each container and how big each containers. It also doesn't let you know how big each sample should be or what type of material. Plus it should remind people to wear goggles and clean up their area.`
`-1737	1	The additional information that I would need to replicate the experiment would be the amount of vinegar that was pored into each container, the temperature of vineger, how long and visarable the samples should be rinsed, number of trials, type of container the sample should be placed in, and what types of equipment should be used to determine the mass.`
`-1738	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know the amount of vinegar poured in the four containers.`
`-1739	1	You wouldn't need any additional information. That prscjar was correct and could be duplicated the way it is presented in the procedure.`
`-1740	1	What kind of vinegar,how much vinegar,what kind of surrounding do you dry the samples.`
`-1741	1	After reading this group procedure i would need to know how many units of vinegar should be added to each cup, which samples to test, not what the starting mass for each sample should be these three factors were left out and these factors are vital to the experiment.`
`-1742	1	In order to replicate the experiment the students should add more procedures. They would double the hours to see what would happen. Repeat the experiment and not rinse the samples with distilled water. And don't dry the samples.`
`-1743	1	To replicate this experiment, we would need to know how much vinegar was used for the samples to sit in. We would also need to know what the samples were that we were testing in order for the experiment to work. And we would also need to know that we should be recording all of the data that we were collecting. We would also need to know that we should subtract the differences in masses to be able to compare the results.`
`-1744	1	The additional information you will need is at the end say to record what you have found out. Also I would say has with distilled water to use to use plan's ruin anything.`
`-1745	1	1. The amount of metrials that you need.^p 2.How much vinegar do you pour.`
`-1746	1	The additional information needed would be if there was a constant variable. If there was a certain temperature that the samples sat in and how they got the difference in mass.`
`-1747	1	I think that I would need the timing because I guess they have to take the time and I also think that I need the measure of the four mass samples. And how big were the materials.`
`-1748	1	I would need to know what four different samples to use, what kind of containers to put them in and I would also need to know how to find the mass of each of the samples after they dried. Without this information, I could not replicate this lab.`
`-1749	1	The procedure needs to state what samples to use instead of asking the reader refer to the data. For exact data. The procedure must also state how much vinegar to use. Also, step three doesn't state whether or not to put the samples in the water but separate containers as the vinegar.`
`-1750	1	Need to know how much weight of the sample to start with, how much acid rain should be put in the test tubes.`
`-1751	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container. This would allow the experiment to work adiguity. If one container had more vinagar than the other then the experiment would fail.`
`-1752	1	When the procedure says pour vinegar in each container you don't know how much vinegar to put in.Also when it says place a sample of one material, I don't know how much that is to put in the container. It also doesn't say how big the container has to be.`
`-1753	1	The I.V.,D.V.,control variables, and constant variables must be included in the procedure.`
`-1754	1	In order to make this experiment replicable you would need to be more specific. For step number three it should clarify which sample and how much of it to place in the container. They should add a step between three and four saying where to place. He samples for 24 hours for the last step they should explain how to determine the mass by using a triple beam balance.`
`-1755	1	One thing that would be helpful to be able to replicate this experiment would be to know how much vinegar to pour in the containers and how big the containers are. They should have also told us what the materials were that they were using, and how much of it to use. Another thing that should have been included was how they are going to determine the mass of everything.`
`-1756	1	1.You would need to know the four types of samples in this experiment. ^p 2.You need to know how much vinegar to pour in each of the four containers. ^p 3.You need to know what temperatures to have the samples in, (room warm, cold).`
`-1757	1	To replicate the experimenty, you would need to know the amount of vinegar placed in each container. You would also need to know the temperature at which the containers were stored. In addition you would need to know what materials the samples were.`
`-1758	1	In order to replicate the experiment the additional information I would need to know is the amount of vinegar to pour into the containers. I would need to know how long I should rinse the samples with distilled water. I would also need to know how this group determined the mass of each sampe in order to replicate the experiment.`
`-1759	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you would need to knowhow much vinegar was used, to see if that played a major factor on the difference in mass. Also you need to know how much distilled water is used to rinse off each sample, because the water may wear away the sample. Even more lastly, youoneed to know what youre measuring the mass with.`
`-1760	1	In order to replicate the experiment, the additional information you would need is what the samples were, how much vinegar was put into the containers and also the temperature of what they are going to put the containers, because whether vinegar may us more acidic.`
`-1761	1	After reading this procedure, I have figured out that you would need to know  the type of the containers used, weather or not they wer test tubes, beakers, etc. Also, you would need to know how much of each sample you would need, in oz, kg, g, etc. Finally, you would need to know how much vinegar to use in l, ml, etc.`
`-1762	1	Additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment is the data table that was recorded starting the into on each sample. Information such as the samples starting to ending mass and difference is very important to understand because it is needed to understand the results of the experiment.`
`-1763	1	First I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the containers second I would need to know what the, size of each sample needs to be. Then I have to know how much acidity is in the water.`
`-1764	1	You would not need any other information to replicate the experiment they tell you how long to put the samples in the vinegar, how to rinse them, how big to let them sit. But one thing is how much vinegar did they use in each container.`
`-1765	1	The additional information that I would add is how much vinegar in each container I would also add a purpose of the experiment. After massing the samples on step 6, determine the sample difference in before and after weight.`
`-1766	1	After reading the groups procedure, some information that they would need in order to replicate the experiment would be to measure out how much liquid vinegar they used for each sample, and then measure it again after they take the centiment are to measure it.`
`-1767	1	Well after reading the groups procedure, I relized that the additional information they need to give you is how much vinegar to pour into the four separate but identical, containers. The group does not show that the samples sat for 24 hours then they removed the samples and rinsed each sample with distilled water.Also how do I know like where I am supposed to dry them in a windowsill in the cup, in a microwave, or just to let it sit there till it drys.`
`-1768	1	The three most important pieces of info that would need to replicate this experiment is to determine the mass of the diifferent samples, pour vinegar in each of four separate, but identical containers, and after 24 hours resume the samples from the containers and rinse each sample with distilled water.`
`-1769	1	To replicate this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar was used, What sae was the container that held the vinegar, and what temperature the containers where kept at durring the 24hrs.`
`-1770	1	Additional information that I would need in order to replicate the experiment are, what are the 4 different samples that I would be testing, what size container would I need and how much vinegar do I use.`
`-1771	1	"In step one, the procedure needs to explain what four materials are being tested. It is not specific enough by just saying ""four different sample"". In step 2, the procedure should state how much vinegar needs to be added to each container. The reader has no way of knowing this information. ^p The procedure says that the containers should each be labeled, but it does not explain how they should be labeled, or what they should say. In order to be able to replicate this experiment, that must be clarified."`
`-1772	1	Some of the things that you would need inables to repeat this experiment is, tell you what samples they are using. All they say is, get the mass of four different samples, don't state what they are. Also how much vinegar is being added to the containers. They did not say what amount of vinegar they put in. The last thing is that,`
`-1773	1	"To replicate the experiment, you would need to know what the ""samples"" mentioned in step 1 are. This way, there would be no confusion as to what materials you are working with. Also, you would need to know what kind of containers the ""samples"" are kept in. Lastly, in order to properly replicate the experiment, we would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container."`
`-1774	1	I would need to know how the samples look in the procedure. I feel like this because i already knoxw starting, ending and difference in all mass. To do the difference, i would have to kneew how it was doing threw the procedures.`
`-1775	1	After reading this groups procedure, I decided that it would need more information in order for me to accurately replicate in one thing. I thought it would need be a given amount of vinegar to be put in each cue, like 63 ml for example. I also thought that the names of the samples (marble, limestone, wood and plastic ) should be given, for without them, I would not know I was testing. Lastly, I would include a final step thus told the sender to determine the difference between the starting and inding mass, so that the reader knows where to go next.`
`-1776	1	One would need to know how much vinegar went into each container. One would also need to know how the samples were and their masses.`
`-1777	1	First the group should tell how much of the vinegar to use Also they should say how much vinegars the experiment needs to be done. Finally they should tell you what in the materials being weighted on.`
`-1778	1	There are three pieces of information you might need to replicate this experiment. The first is how much vinegar to use in each container. A second would be the type of conditions the container was placed in over night because things like light might cause a faster or more effective reaction on the samples. Third, you would need to know in what form the samples are. The marble or limestone could be in small rock form as oppose to all solid blocks which may cause the reaction to have a different outcome.`
`-1779	1	This group should for scientific verification, repeat I the experiment at least twice. They should also specify the amount of vinegar in each container. The group should have had a control to contrast their findings.`
`-1780	1	You would need to know how much vinegar you would put in each container. And also, you'd have to make sure that you put equal amounts into each container, or else you would find an number of errors in the experiment.`
`-1781	1	I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the containers. Also, I would need to know how much distilled water I would need to rinse each sample, and for how long.`
`-1782	1	Determine the mass of four different samples. Place a sample of one material into one container and label. Repeat with remaining samples, placing a single sample into a single container. Determine the mass of each sample. Allow the samples to sit and dry for 30 minutes.`
`-1783	1	In order to repeat this experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar was put into each of the four samples. This would be essential for us to repeat the experiment step by step. It would also be helpful to determine how much of each sample to put in each container. And finally, in order to repeat this experiment, we would also have to do another trial and probably include a control variable to repeat this experiment exactly like the group of students.`
`-1784	1	To replicate the experiment by just reading the procedure I would need to know how much vinegar was poured onto the samples and affects the mass, also what type & size the container was because that would affect the concentration of the vinegar and also what material the sample were at the type of environment (temperature, brightness) they were left in for the 24 hour period because that would also affect the end result.`
`-1785	1	In order to replicate this experiment, additional information should be added. For example, the procedure should explain what type of samples to use, include the number of tools that are needed and how much of an object or sample you need. After adding these procedures, a person would be able to repeat this experiment.`
`-1786	1	Some information needed to replicate this procedure would be the temperature that this experiment. Another piece of information would be a graph. And lastly would be a better explanation.`
`-1787	1	You would need to know how much vinegar was put in each of four separate containers. Did you remove the samples from the containers and rinse the samples with distilled water? Also how long did you let the samples sit and dry?`
`-1788	1	In order to replicate the experiment, what will be needed is the depended, independent and the control, which are vinegar, the container and the timing to each sample.`
`-1789	1	To replicate this procedure, information such as how much vinegar to pour into the containers as instructed in step 2 , what materials were used in step 3, or how much of the material was used, also in 3 would be crucial.`
`-1790	1	-What temperature (environment) should the containers be placed it. Cold? Hot? Room temp? ^p -After 24 hours do you need gloves and or goggles to work with this samples ? ^p -Where could 2 find marbles and limestone?`
`-1791	1	In order to replicate this experiment I need to know specifically what samples they are talking about, what type of control to use in this  experiment and how much vinegar to pour in each container. I would also be useful to know if when storing the sample for 24 hours, if they should be in a certain temperature (room temp,high temp, or low temp. etc).`
`-1792	1	The students should have included. how they determined the mass of the four samples in steps 1 or 6.They also needed to include how much vinegar they poured in the containers as well as how much water they used to rinse the samples, or how long they rinsed them.`
`-1793	1	A group os student idid a science project called acid pain had to determine four different samples. The put the four different samples which is marble, limestone, wood and plastic in four different cups filler with vinegar and afther 24 hours rinse the examples and dry them for 30 minutes and see what is the mass afther every sample loss mass expect for wood. I had the same mass afther it was measured.`
`-1794	1	I think the group should mention how much vinegar they are using for measurements. And they should include to record data procedure should be writen more clearly it would be hard to do this lab looking at this procedure they gave us.`
`-1795	1	In order to replicate this experiment, one would need much more information. Firstly, step 2 says to pour vinegar into four containers. In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar to put in each. I would also need to know how much of the four different samples (marble, limestone, wood and plastic) to use. Also, in step 5 it says to let the samples sit and dry for 30 mins. I would need to know if I should let them dry at room temp, in a cold location, in a sunny spot etc.`
`-1796	1	After reading the groups procedure some peices of information you would need to replicate the expieriment is the samples like marble, limestone and wood.`
`-1797	1	I think you will need a bottle of vinegar,a container cabels, temer, paper, a manole, a cemenstone, wood and a plastic. You will  need..`
`-1798	1	In order to replicate the experiment you will need to know how much vinger to pour into the samples. You  will also need to know  what are the four samples. You will also need to know constents & controls. The procedure needs to be made clear.`
`-1799	1	You would need to know the containers size, and what you measure the samples with`
`-1800	1	Step one:pour a vinegar in four identical containers. ^p Step two:Place a meterial in each container and label it. ^p Step three:After 24 hours remove the material and rinse it out with water. ^p Step four:Allow the samples to dry for 30 minutes and determine the mass.`
`-1801	1	In the procedure they did not tell the sample's that they was doing to be testing. Also didn't tell us what mass was when they started and when they was finish what was the mass. Last they didn't tell us that they need to find the difference in mass.`
`-1802	1	"In order to correct the errors in this experiment, some few things need to be changed. Firstly, the procedure never mentions recording your data; this needs to be part of the procedure. Secondly, the procedure states, ""determine the mass."" It is not explained how to do so and what to use. Thirdly, the procedure never tells what samples are or what to label them as in the experiment. This is extremely important because the people doing the experiment need to know what they are working with."`
`-1803	1	Their are three things that i would need to know to repeat the procedure. The first thing is in their procedure they do not mention the four samples. Another thing is the procedure does not state the pH of the vinegar. Also they do not repeat the process for greater validity. Another thing is it serves ways to setup the content in the procedure.`
`-1804	1	"In order to replicate the experiment I would need to know, first, what were the samples when they just said ""sample"" If I don't know thetype of thesample then how was I supposed to test for  anything, I also would need to know what type of containers they were talleg about wer they using for small graduated cylinder or were or were they using a 50 gallon unit. Finally, I would need to know they amounts, I  need the amounts of the samples, the vinegar, and the distilled water."`
`-1805	1	Additional information I would need in order to replicate the experiment is what materials I would need for this experiment, the amount I'm support to pour in the containers and what are the samples.`
`-1806	1	How much vinegar they are pouring in to each sample.`
`-1807	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need the following information. First I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the container. Second, I would need to find out the exact size of of four identical containers. Finally I would need to know the temperature at which the four materials sat for 24 hours, because the temperatures of the solution/room could affect the results.`
`-1808	1	I would need toknow: How much vinegar to put in each container, How to weigh the mass of the doyeds, how big of the object do I need.`
`-1809	1	"In order to replicate this experiment, I'll need more information. If I wanted to find the change in mass of the four samples, I would've had each sample weigh the same at the begining of the experiment. Also to make this lab more correct, all of the samples should have the same amount of vinegar in them. Lastly, in order to make the lab more correct, I would put the exact steps in the procedure. Instead of saying ""repeat"", it'd be better, and easier if it said exactly what to do."`
`-1810	1	In order to repeat his group's procedure you must have the same amour of mass of each cup. Place the same material into the same one it had (the mass amount). Then procead with the same thing that you did with the last one. Sit for 24 hours then rince with distiled water.`
`-1811	1	To replicate the expeirment, you would need to know the purpose. Knowing the purpose of the expeirment allows the person to know what to look for or to expect. You would also need to know what type of containers to do the expeirment in so the experiment doesn't go wrong. You would need to know where to remove the samples into after taken out of their containers. You would also need to know what to do with the containers afterwards.`
`-1812	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you need to explain why the samples loss mass, what cause it to loss its host or why did it stay the same. Yo also need to tell us what you saw,show us what happened when the samples were lossing its mass. Maybe you need to try chemicals on the samples beside vinegar.`
`-1813	1	The group would need to state how much vinegar was in each container. They would need to state how long to rinse each container with distilled water. They would need to identify what the four samples are in the procedure, and to say to record the data.`
`-1814	1	you would need to know how much venegar to put in. A;so the strength of vinegar( if  there is a difference) .Where should the container so far the of have i.e in a every regardless, room temperature`
`-1815	1	You would need: ^p 1)Conclusion about how you did everything. ^p 2)Results of how everything came out as you wanted. ^p 3)Information about the procedures.`
`-1816	1	I think that you should start each sample with the same amount of mass, so that your result will be more accurate. Also instead of writing the differences they should have recorded the final results to make it less confusing.`
`-1817	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to know how to determine the mass. Just stating 'determine the mass' does not tell me how to. I would also need to know how much vinegar to pour in to the containers to make the data accurate and constant. I would need to know where to dry the samples would they need to be in the sun, shade, etc.`
`-1818	1	In order to replicate the expirement we would need amount of vinegar used, size of container used and how much distilled water was used for rinsing.`
`-1819	1	Additional information needed to replicate the experiment would be a more specific description of mass, and how much mass you are using what kind of containers need to be used and what size.`
`-1820	1	They should have done more tests. They also should have wrote what the experament was about.`
`-1821	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would need to know the amount of vinegar that is to be poured into each container. You would also need  to know the amount of distilled water the container are to be rinsed with and what qualities  a sample to be the most efficient.`
`-1822	1	I would need to know what sample was put in each container. Also how much vinegar was poured into each container.`
`-1823	1	You would need to know the amount of vinegar in each container, as well as the size and shape of each container. You would also want to know the type of vinegar used, all three of the factors are important to insure consistency and increase validity.`
`-1824	1	To be able to replicate this problem you would have to know how much vinegar is going into each container. Also why they are performing the experiment what the problem is what are the different samples.`
`-1825	1	There are several pieces of information missing from this procedure.  First, it is important to know in the procedure that the samples are marble, limestone, wood, and plastic. This information is not given until the data table, also, the procedure does not specify how much vinegar should be poured into the containers. Finnally, it is necessary to know how much of each sample material should be added to the containers with vinegar. With this information, replicating the experiment would be much easier.`
`-1826	1	The additional information is how are we suppose  to measure the mass of the object, they need a indenpent varible and I  need to then the control.`
`-1827	1	The additional information needed is: ^p -Name the specific samples used in the procedure ^p -Say how much vinegar one needs to pour into containers ^p -Should the samples sit in light, dark areas or covered ?`
`-1828	1	Some information that  you would  need is the amount of vinegar you should pour into theseperate containers. Second of all we should also know how long we rinse the samples for. Finally, we need the previous results to compare data.`
`-1829	1	Additional information needs to be added to this procedure they need to put gather materials for step one. They need to tell exactly what samples (rocks). They need to add the amount of vinigar they are going to pour in. They need to make the last sentence in step three a separate step. This procedure was not carefully organized.`
`-1830	1	What the group forgot to do was tell the amount of vinegar to pour in each container. The group also forgot to include whether or not if they need to cover each container. They forgot to tell what metric unit to measure the materials with which was grams.`
`-1831	1	In order to replicate this acid rain experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar to use since it should remain a constant. Also how big each sample is, results will not be accurate if the samples are not similar in size. Also all samples should be kept at the same temperature in the same area so they are not affected differently.`
`-1832	1	The group could have told how much vinegar, the acual size of the container they used and the size if all the samples. For example, how lange  was the piece of wood? Would size make a difference in the ending mass and the calculation of the difference in mass.`
`-1833	1	In this table it's says that first when starting mass that time marble was 9.8 then it's decrease it would 9.4. So it's decrease -0.4. In limestone the mass is decreas too. First, starting mass is 10.4 and then ending mass is 9.1. It's difference beetween -1.3. In wood no change. In starting mass it was 11.2 and ending mass it would 11.2 too. So it's in no change. In plastic starting mass is 7.2 and ending mass is 7.1. It is decreases. It's in difference beetween -0.1. I think wood is not heavy then other that's why it's in no change. Then limestone It's in big change to other because it's heavy them other.`
`-1834	1	In order to replicate the experiment, one would need to know what was in each of the four samples. Also one must know how much vinegar to pour into each sample. You would also have to know which sample of material was placed in which container.`
`-1835	1	You would need to include what the samples are of. You would need to include where to record data. Finally, you would also need to know if the mass of each sample should be the same. Without those bits of information, it would be difficult to replicate the experiment.`
`-1836	1	In order to replicate the groups experiment, I would need to see a few more pieces of information in their procedure. Firstly, I would need to know what types of samples to use. I can see what samples the group used by looking at their data table, but I would want to know if I had to use the same ones. Also, I would have to know how much vinegar to pour into each container, because my results could change if I use a different amount of vinegar than the group did. Depending on the amount of vinegar I use, the third thing I would need to know is how big the samples should be. If it is important for the vinegar to cover the sample, the procedure should tell me that so I don't make the sample too big.`
`-1837	1	To replicate the experiment, additional information would include new loco 10 wait before trying the experiment again.It should are state how much of the samples are bein put into the container and how long the samples should be rinsed for.`
`-1838	1	Additional information that would need are to list what are the different samples being used`
`-1839	1	In order to replicate this procedure I would need to know what the materials were,the size of the material, and how much vinegar was in each container.`
`-1840	1	This isn't a clear statement. Use to this expirement the problem would explain why the students were conducting this expirement in the first place.`
`-1841	1	The additional information that you would need in order to replicate the experiment would be knowing what the solutions are such as marble, limestone, wood and plastic. You need to be more specific so the reader can completely do the experiment by themselves without asking questions.`
`-1842	1	To replicate the experiment, I would need to know what safety precautions I should be taking the exart amount of vinegar to pour into each container, and where the samples should be kept during the 24 hours they are in the container.`
`-1843	1	The person conducting the experiment would have to know what the samples were; the procedure didn't include that knowledge. Another piece of information that would be needed to repeat the experiment would be how much vinegar is used for each sample and is the amount kept constant. The last piece of information that is needed is what safety equipment should be used; safety procedures are often included in the experiment's procedure.`
`-1844	1	"There is some additional information needed to replicate the this experiment. For example, the procedure does not say how much vinegar to use. It also just says ""samples"" and doesn't specify what the samples are of. The procedure also does not tell us what type of containers to use or say to record your data."`
`-1845	1	If I were to rewrite the procedure I would incude what the samples were. Also I would include how much vinegar to pour into each of the containers.`
`-1846	1	In order to replicate the group's experiment, one must know the amount of vinegar used on each of the samples. Also, what type and the amount of sample is needed. In addition, knowing the purpose of the lab would be highly benefitial so that one knows what to test for. It's imperitive to add the amount of samples and the amount of vinegar inorder to perform the experiment in all exactness. Otherwise, one might receive not only different but in accurate data.`
`-1847	1	The students need to be more specific. They need to state how much vinegar to pour into each of the 4 cups. Second, they never said what unit or never said when to record the data. Lastly they needed to state how much distilled water.`
`-1848	1	You would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the cups. You would also need to know how long to rise the sample with distilled water.`
`-1849	1	Additional information that would be needed is the initial amount of vinegar, then the amount of vinegar after the 24 hours, and then the difference in the volume. If I had those three pieces of info, I would be able to replicate the experiment and possibly compare answers.`
`-1850	1	Additional information needed to replicate`
`-1851	1	To follow this groups procedure I would have to be more detailed, like instead of saying samples all the way through the procedure it would have been better if they  the four things that they were testing in it would be less confusion. In step two it would have  been much better they just made it less complicated and sad place the marble, limestone, wood, and plants samples into their own seperate identical containers and label them. It would have been good to ,explain why they were told to find the mass of their samples.`
`-1852	1	The information you would need in order to replicate this experiment would be the four different samples, the starting , ending and difference in mass, you would need the four samples ( marble, limestone, wood, plastic)  because that's what the experiment is on. You would need the starting  mass, ending mass and the difference in mass because that's how your doing the experiment.`
`-1853	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would also want to test all these four samples in water as a control, in the same exact procedure. Furthermore, it is also important to retest this experiment under a constant like room temperature to make sure it is not a variable in the results. Lastly, to replicate this experiment, you would need to know the chemicals in acid rain and chemical composition of vinegar to see if they corrolate and that this experiment is a good representation of what happens wi acid rain.`
`-1854	1	After reading the groups procedure, I would need to know what samples were used. If I did not use the same samples my experiment could come out differently. I would also need to know what unit to weigh the mass in. If I weighed it differently we could get different results. I would also need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container that could affect the outcome of my experiment.`
`-1855	1	To replicate the experiment, one would need to know what the ''samples'' were. Without this information, it would be impossible to do the experiment. One would also need to know how much vinegar to pour in to each container- this could effect the outcome of the experiment. In addition, one would need to know the temperature of the vinegar which could also effect the outcome of the experiment.`
`-1856	1	Additional information that you might need in order to replicate the experiment is to conduct a hypothesis you will need to get organized and gather all information to be able to perform a conclusion in the end with the information.`
`-1857	1	1) I would need to know which type of materials to use for the samples. ^p 2) I would need to know how much vineagar to put in each containar. ^p 3) I would need to know the approximate size of the samples.`
`-1858	1	One additional information needed would be how to determine the mass of each sample. How much vinegar would be put in to each of the containers. How big would the containers need to be.`
`-1859	1	You would need to say what different sample you had in the experiment. Where would you put them over night. How big would the containers be for the samples.`
`-1860	1	Additional data that I would need in order to replicate this experiment is the amount of vinegar that was added into the container because if one sample measured more  or less than another, the data may also bear altered.I would also need to know the size or the container used and what type of units they were measured with. Lastly to be able to replicate this experiment. One would also need to know the temperature for every it's materials. Such as dabbing and wiping a papas towel or just simply allowing them to sit and dry on a substance.`
`-1861	1	There is not enough information to be able to replicate the experiment. Firstly they should state the samples you need to use in step one. There should also be a control for you to compare it to. The final error is that step 4 is too vague. It says to remove the samples but not how to, for example with tongs or wearing plastic gloves.`
`-1862	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to know the size of each of the samples. Also I would need to know the amount of vinegar being used. Last, I would need to know the size of the containers being used and how long to rinse the samples of rock for.`
`-1863	1	Do the experiment again but with a different solution. ^p Let the samples sit for 48 hours. ^p Instead of sit and dry. Dry the sample with a paper towel or cloth.`
`-1864	1	The group did not include the temperature that they left the remaining samples. They also did not include the amount of vinegar that we should pour in the four separate containers. Also they should of do the experiment more than once to make sure the answers they come out with, were alright.`
`-1865	1	The group's procedure needs to be more specific. They need amounts in the procedure. They do not tell you how much vinegar is to be poured. Also what is needed to determine the mass of the samples. Also the samples, how much of the sample we need.`
`-1866	1	To replicate this experiment, i would need to know the control of the experiment, what amount of vinegar is poured on sample,what is being tested including independent and dependent variade.`
`-1867	1	In order for me to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar I need to pour into each container, if I would need to stable the mass of the samples with the vinegar still on it and also ruck at why & am even performing this experiment.`
`-1868	1	The lab needs to include what samples are being added to the vinegar. Next time the lab should say that you should place a sample of marble,limestone, wood and plastic to each vinegar sample.`
`-1869	1	To repeat this experiment they would need a balence to measure the mass of each building material. You would also need a graduated cylinder to measure out the vinger out. In the experiment it does say the amount of vinger used.`
`-1870	1	Additional information that would be needed to replicate this experiment woold be what types of containers, what type of materials, and lastly how much vinegar should be poured in to each container,  because it doesn't state these items in their proceduer.`
`-1871	1	You would also need to.`
`-1872	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know how much vinegar they put in the containers. You would also have to know how to dry the samples. Then you would have to know how to dry the samples.`
`-1873	1	In order to replicate the experiment , in the procedure it should say to write down or mark a chart saying the starting mass and ending mass and start the experiment. You need to write down this information because it helps to find out the mass of the different samples.`
`-1874	1	In order to replicate the procedure, I would need to know what volume of vinegar to use. I would also need to know what sized containers or beaker to use. The procedure should also explain what equipment to use when removing the samples from the container such as tongs. Lastly, within the procedure, it should state what samples will be used.`
`-1875	1	The procedure should look like this-1) Determine the mass of 4 different samples; marble, limestone, water and plastic. 2) Pour 10ml (how much) of vinegar in each 4 separate, but identical containers. 3) Place a sample of one material into one container & label. Repeat w/remaining samples, placing a single sample into a single contem. After 24 hours, remov the samples from the containers & rinse with distilled water for 3 minutes. 5) Allow the samples to sit & dry for 30 minutes at room temperature. 6) Determine the mass of each sample by subtracting the start mass (in grams) from ending mass in grams ).`
`-1876	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar to put into each cup, so each sample would be sitting in the same amount of vinegar. I would need to know how long to rinse the sample: for so they are rinsed an equal amount of time. Also I need to know if each sample is supposed to way the same or be the same size.`
`-1877	1	IN the procedure, it didn't  tell what the sample's were. Step 2 said to pour vinegar in four indentical containers but it didn't tell how much to pour. 1, we don't measure them, we are going to do the experiment wrong. Step 1 could of said record the starting mass of each of the four samples; marble, limestone, wood and plastic.`
`-1878	1	After reading the group's procedure, I believe that I would need the following information in order to replicate the experiment. I would need the different types of materials listed in the procedure.`
`-1879	1	To do the experiment, you would have to know the starting masses, how much vinegar must be added to each container and what the sample materials are`
`-1880	1	In order to replicate the group's procedure you would need to know ^p -How much vinegar should be pour each cup? ^p -What type of container should be used? ^p -If the container should be left in the light or dark overnight or it avoid be covered.`
`-1881	1	The pour into the take the vinegar in each containers. ^p who is the problem ( Hypothesis) ^p How you can do this experiment ^p A table who explain the experiment ^p use more types of masses like glass, paper, etc.`
`-1882	1	One other thing you would need to know is the amount of vinegar placed in each container, so all samples have the same amount. Another thing needed to be known is where are the containers should be placed for 24 hours, because the amount of sunlight might effect the experiment. Other than than, this experiment is replicable.`
`-1883	1	Additional information is to include the sample names to label them. How much vinegar to use in the containers so the outcome is fair for all samples, and also point out which is the independent variable and when is the dependent variable and which is the dependent variable to understand the lab better.`
`-1884	1	You would need to tell how much vinegar was add to each sample atthe start.`
`-1885	1	The procedure needs a control for each sample material. This would be done by placing each sample into 4 more containers with no vinegar. to use. The procedure needs to say the amount of vinegar to put into each container. The procedure should also say specifically what four samples to use.`
`-1886	1	The group should have provided a control so that I could compare my results in it. They also should have been more clear about exactly how much  vinegar I should put into each container. Each container should have the same amount , but they didn't state what that was. The group should have also been more specific about the size of the samples being experimented on. I'm not sure if they all are the same or different.`
`-1887	1	It would be best of they specify what they are sampling in 1 in the procedure. It should say determine the mass of four different samples of material. In step number 2, it says pour in vinegar but not how much. They should lied is at something like 150 ml. For the graph it would be better if there was a column, where it listed the percentages post so that the reader can understand which material was effected the mass.`
`-1888	1	After reading the groups procedure, one would need to know how much vinegar was put in each container.`
`-1889	1	. Amount of vinegar would be needed. ^p . Purpose of the experiment would be needed. ^p . Hypothesis would be needed.`
`-1890	1	In order to replicate the experiment we need to know how much of the vinegar to poor in each container, we would also need to know units of measurement we are  using to determine the mass, and what the samples are.`
`-1891	1	You would need to know how much vinegar to put in each container. You would need to get an average for the results. Lastly, you would need to have samples with the same mass at the start.`
`-1892	1	Some additional information I would need to replicate this experiment are the names of the different types of material so I knew I am testing. The amount of vinegar poured into each container needed to be stated on the results will come out accurate. Another part of information  that should have been included was a control of just water for each sample so there is something to compare the other results to.`
`-1893	1	We would need to have a contini. Also an independent variable and a dependent variable.`
`-1894	1	In order for me to repeat the expiriment I would need to know a little bit more information such as, how much of each substance to use, how much vinegar to use and what the temperature should be when letting the samples out in containers. This person has to be a lot more specific in his procedure very hard to follow`
`-1895	1	They would need to know how much vinegar to pour in each cup, what sample material would be, determine the temp that the samples should dry at.`
`-1896	1	The additional information you would and to replicate this experiment is you would need a lot of materials,you would need to see the student observations and you would need to see the conclusion. Bassicaly a written lab report would be the best tool in recreating this experiments.`
`-1897	1	In order for me to replicate this experiment, I need to know how much vinegar do I need to pour in the containers. I need to know what the sample of the minerals are and I also need to know how I'm going to measure the mass.`
`-1898	1	In order to replicate the experiment , you will need to record the mass 8 of different samples. You also need to pour the vinegar into the separate containers you use hea to wait 24 hours are you have to let the sample dry for a while , then you determine the mass.`
`-1899	1	Some additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment would alst be to have the same amount of vinegar in each of the sample cups, to have an equal effect, 2nd would be to have the same amount of the sample, get the same starting mass for all 4 so in the end you can use which sample was effected the most. Finally, you should subtract the starting mass from the end mass to get the difference to see which was affected most by the substance.`
`-1900	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would first need to know how much vinegar was poured into the containers, you would also need to know what temperature the room they are left in , should be overnight and how much distilled water to use when rinsing the samples.`
`-1901	1	How much vinigar is in each container? What type of wood? What is the control?`
`-1902	1	Additional information needed to replicate the experiment is how much vinegar is poured into the containers. Another piece of information that is missing is how much is a sample of each material. Finally you would repeat the experiment a couple of times to see if your results change.`
`-1903	1	I wan need to know what samples to use co i need a graph of some sat to record the starting and ending mass. What unit of mass do the samples need to be weighed in.`
`-1904	1	To do replication of the experiment you would need measure how much vinegar are dropping.The other stones have already been used and cannot be used again. You also need to have a triple beam balance to be able to see how much each stone eventually weighed.Finally you would need to test them what they need to each sample for a separate 30 minutes, unless they all get different in at the same time.`
`-1905	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I need wood, plastic, limestone, marble and vinegar. Also, I would need water to rinse the samples off with after the 24 hour soak.`
`-1906	1	In order to replicate this experiment, I would need to what the sample are that are using. I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the four samples. I would also need to know what I must use to take out the sample. would I use my hands or tongs?`
`-1907	1	if I were to replicate this, I would need to know how much vinegar they put in each cup, do you put different amount in different cups? Also where should I put the cups to rest, inside, outside? Would that have differen out comes?`
`-1908	1	This procedure lacks important details and is not in order. Step one is too similar to step 6. Need to specify what kind of different samples, and how to determine the beginning mass. Step two needs to include the specific amount of vinegar for each container. The procedure should include the size needed for the samples to get accurate results. Step 3 should state what to label the containers with which information. In step 6, they should include how to calculate the mass, for example subtract beginning mass from end mass. Add, record data results.`
`-1909	1	In order to replicate this experiment i would need to know how much vinegar was put into the container and what type of coma were used to hold the samples i would also need to know what the purpose of this experiment is in other words what is the group of studen is trying to prove?`
`-1910	1	1. How much vinegar do you put into the different containers. 2. How large is the sample being used. ^p 3.The dependent or the dependant`
`-1911	1	One piece of information that should be included is the amount of vinegar necessary in each cup. Also, how the material's mass is determined should be included. Lastly, how big the material is should be stated.`
`-1912	1	In order to replicate the groups experiment, I would need the temperature of the vinegar. The amount of vinegar poured into each container and the amount of samples needed (how much needed.`
`-1913	1	Some additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment is steps 1-6 because there importan to make the table acecit. You woud also need to make other table to show you resits and other infomation.`
`-1914	1	The group needs to provide how much vinegar is being poured into the containers.The amount of vinegar can change the exeperiment.`
`-1915	1	How much vinegar, how big should the containers be and how big should the samples be are all additional information you would need to recreate this experiment.`
`-1916	1	In order to replicate the experiment the person may need a diagram of the experiment. The person needs the promble or statement to determine what they maybe testing for. Also they need the list of materials they have to use in order to do the experiment.`
`-1917	1	You will need to explain what is happening with the vinegar. What happen to the sample after it drys,  and what the experiment looks like`
`-1918	1	They need to say how much vinegar to put in each container. The also need to say where to put the label on the material itself, on the cup, or on the table in front of the cup. Laslty they need to say how to remove the materials from the containers, do they use their fingers or tongs.`
`-1919	1	To replicate the experiment the group would need to better state the problem. Give an amount of vinegar to put in the containers and lastly use more then one trial.`
`-1920	1	Information that would be needed in the procedure would be the name of the sample material. Also you'll need when and how to measure the mass of materials. This information is needed to replicate the experiment.`
`-1921	1	How much vinegar, what kind of scale.`
`-1922	1	To replicate this experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar to pour on the rocks, the purpose of this experiment, and a control variable.`
`-1923	1	Three pieces of information I would need to replicate the experiment are vinegar to pour into the containers. A scale to weight the mass and find thedifference  at the end of the experiment and distilled water to rinse each sample with.`
`-1924	1	In this procedure they leave out some thing that makes it im possible to recreate quantitys' it says nothing about how much vinegar or rock sam plquantity also using cleaner numbers would make iteasyer to recreate and read.`
`-1925	1	In order to replicate the experiment you need to have information. Some example of things you would need to no is how much vinegar is being poured in each of the seperate containers. Another thing that you would need to no is the volume of each substance because the surface area will effect how much is eroded off. Another thing where you let the samples sit for 30 minutes because there might be difference in temperature effecting how much it drys.`
`-1926	1	The additional information that needed to be included are what the samples are. The amount of vinegar poured into the containers in step 2 also need to be known. Another part that needs more information is how much of each sample needs to be placed in the container in step 3. Another part of this experiment that needs more information is step 2, what type of container should the samples be placed into.`
`-1927	1	One piece of information i would need is what are the four different samples. Another piece of information is how much vinegar i need to pour into each container. The third piece of information i would need is how much and how long should i rinse each sample with distilled water. Another piece of information you could use is at what temperature conditions are the samples left to sit and dry in.`
`-1928	1	In order to replicate this group's experiment, you will need top know how much vinegar is being used, how long you rinse each sample and conditions the samples are drying in.`
`-1929	1	You would need to know what to take samples of. The procedure isn't specific in what materials are being weighed. You would also need to know any safety procedures to be taken while conducting this experiment. Also, the procedure does not give a specific place to leave the containers. Additionally the procedure should tell the dimentions of the samples so that their volumes are all the same.`
`-1930	1	The additional information you would need to know is the shape, size, and liquid.`
`-1931	1	To secrefullu replicate the procedure I or anybody else would need the following information. First a statement that will tell me what. I am doing the lala for. Amaterials list will also be needed. Last I would need a better procedure that is`
`-1932	1	In order to better replicate this expiriment, the students must also tell us the amount ofvinegar poured into each cup (m/s), the amount of water used to rinse the materials (in m/s) and the time given to rinsing (how long may each container rinsed in water).`
`-1933	1	In the procedure number I doesn't explain what four different samples to use. Another thing the procedure could have said was to list what materials to use. After reading this procedure I would be able to replicate this experiment. Not knowing how much vinegar to pour in might mass up this experiment.`
`-1934	1	Some additional information thut hey coold put in the data is how much vinegar they pot in the container and another thing that they could say is about the temperature of the room or the vinegar.`
`-1935	1	The three additional information that can be added is the control of the experiment,the students could've done these with a warm temperature and one with cold. Lastly,they could have used regular water than distilled water.`
`-1936	1	In order to replicate this experiment. You would need the names of the samples you must use the measurements for the vinegar and the measurements (amounts) for each sample.`
`-1937	1	Some additional information the group could add is how much vinegar your supposed to put in each container. In addition, this group could also include the size of the container they're using. Finally i think they should have been a little more specific with their steps.`
`-1938	1	In order to replicate this experiment additional information you would need is, what do you use to measure the mass, tell it in your procedure. Tell the reader how much vinegar to put in each of the containers in step 2. Also tell the reader where do you place the containers after they have been rinsed' do you place them in a cold area, hot area or room temperature. This could mess up the experiment if you are not told this.`
`-1939	1	Identify what are the four rocks they are going to use and if its all different shapes. Also tell if the contaners are the same size or not?`
`-1940	1	I think that they need to show how many cups they have the amount of vinegar and how much of the materials that they are using for there experiment.`
`-1941	1	The additional information i would need to replicate the experiment, i would need to know what the four different samples so i can test the same thing. The seconds to saw vinegar to pour into the containers all the samples have the same quality level. You say this is to say now long tonne earn sample so the vinegar can wash off.`
`-1942	1	There is a lot of additional information one would need to repeat this experiment. First, the students should include the different names for the four samples in order for proper replication. Furthermore, the students should include the amount of vinegar that should be poured into the containers. The size of the sample should also be indicated in the procedure. Furthermore, it would be best if the size of the container was provided in the procedure.`
`-1943	1	Acid rain. ^p Will repeat some samples, make data, and check if the experiment is correct.`
`-1944	1	In the procedure it is not included how they determined the mass of the samples or what the samples were (step 3). Also, it is not stated in step 6 how to determine the mass. The temperature of the distilled water is not defined at constant in step 4. The location or temperature of the place where the four substances in step 4 are not defined nor the temperature of where they are drying in step 5.`
`-1945	1	The additional information that I would need would be the materials. So that we would know what we need to do the experiment. We need a desk explanation as to why we are determinig the mass of each sample.`
`-1946	1	Additional information that I would need inorder to conduct this experiment is what different kinds of samples how much vinegar to pour into each cup and also what to label the cups if I dont have any of this my experiment won't be valid. I need to know the independent and dependent variable and whats has to be constant. Another thing is what are we using to weigh the samples with.`
`-1947	1	You would need to know what you are using what the samples are. You would need to know what you are mixing the vinegar with such as if the cup is empty or if there is water or something in there. And you would need to know when you start the experiment.`
`-1948	1	In group's acid rain procedure, the additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment are the mass they started of in how long after to remove the samples from the container and the time to allow the samples to sit and dry.`
`-1949	1	Instead of vinegar they should put a different kind of liquid to test with. Also instead of leaving it for 24 hours leave it for 48 to see if there would be a certain change in mass. Also when samples are ready to sit and dry leave them there for 45 instead of 30 minutes.`
`-1950	1	The additional information needed is the amount of vinegar, temperature of the vinegar.`
`-1951	1	I would say wood because the mass difference is 0.On the starting mass is 11.2, so is the end of the mass 11.2`
`-1952	1	This group gave some of the information but not all because they didn't say how much viniger they put in the container. And the only did 2 trail,3 trail is what it needed to be and the calculation cannot be accura because how they going to leave, it in over min and then come back the next day and give oe say has the got their calculations for are not enough into.`
`-1953	1	1st you would need to know what is they were trying to figure not ^p ,2nd you need to know what material they are going to use ,3rd i would need  to know what there conclusion is`
`-1954	1	In order to replicate it would mean that you would be more detailed and tell if the object is a solid, liquid, or gas its state of form and if it can move or its unmovable and describe the item or what type of item it is`
`-1955	1	1.You would need to measure the starting mass. ^p 2.You would need to measure the ending mass. ^p 3.You would need to measure the difference between the starting and ending mass.`
`-1956	1	The additional information you would need to replicate this experiment is you would need to know the name of the samples that you putting in the container. You would also have to label the sample when you remove them from there containers.`
`-1957	1	The additional information I would need is how much vinegar I would have to put into each sample. Also in order to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much of a sample I needed in order to accuratey results. The group also needs a problem question becouse another scientist might want to know why someone wants to do this experiment and what the other scientist  was trying to determine or prove. Also I would need to know how many trials I would need to do.`
`-1958	1	One thing you could change is the amount of vinegar, the sample size, and were you dry it because of the temp.`
`-1959	1	To replicate the experiment, You would need to know how much of each sample was used, how warm the vinegar is, and how much vinegar to put .`
`-1960	1	Additional information I would need in order to replicate the experiment is, the amount of vinegar needed, the size of the cups and also a control to see just how effective this experiment is.`
`-1961	1	To replicate the experiment in the procedure they need to be more suspific as to say what the four different samples are. They should also be more suspific on how they measure the mass. The third thing they should do is told which material they were using and then said reapet steps 3-6 so that it is clearer and easier to understand.`
`-1962	1	One piece of information would be how much vinegar to pour into the four containers. Another piece of information would be how much of the sample materials to place into the containers so all four containers don't have an advantage or disadvantage because of unequal amounts. A last piece of info. would be what temperature to keep the containers in.`
`-1963	1	You would need to know what samples you are using, how to determine the mass of them and what containers you must use.`
`-1964	1	I would need to know`
`-1965	1	An additional piece of information you would need to replicate the experiment is the temperature of the enviroment the samples are in because they already have the starting mass, ending mass and the time period.`
`-1966	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know how much vinegar the group of students how poured into the containers. Secondly, what kind of containers did the students use. Thirdly, what expecting is in the sample itself.`
`-1967	1	In order for me to replicate this experiment, I would need to know what to weigh the objects that I am testing with. I also need to know how much vinegar to put in each container and also the unit of measure that I am measuring the vinegar with.`
`-1968	1	After reading the groups procedure, I think I  need to know: ^p (1) How much vinegar did they pour into each containers. ^p (2) Is every containers get same amount of vinegar. ^p (3) Is every samples sit and dry in same environment.`
`-1969	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know what amount of each sample to use, where to to dry the samples, and how big the containers should be.`
`-1970	1	Some additional information would be, what samples are going into the cups, also how much of each sample are in a cup and why are they doing this experiment.`
`-1971	1	This is not a clear statement of the experiments. Aclear statement of the problem would include an explation of why students were pavestigation and the fain.`
`-1972	1	The mass is ending 9.4 and of the wood is 11.2 in who the two are difference at the mass and at wood because have different peso.`
`-1973	1	In this procedure, there are a esuple pieces of information that should be included. They should tell you how much vinegar you use and if it is the same amount for each sample. Also . it should tell you to record the data of starting mass, they could tell you how long to rinse the sample and the names of the samples could be included in the procedure. Finally, at the end of the procedure, it should tell you to record your data and find the difference in the masses.`
`-1974	1	Additional information you would need to replicate this experiment would be to add more materials to the experiment. Adding different kinds of pack could influence other materials in the experiment. Another peice of information to be considered would be to increase the time the materials are soaked in the vinegar. This would probably have an increased affect on the materials. Another peice of information would be to do more trials. This would help with pinpointing the exact affect vinegar has on these materials.`
`-1975	1	The additional information that I would need in order to replicate the experiment are a balance scale, how much space in containers and how much mass used.`
`-1976	1	I would add water because it would be less lighter than the rest of the stuff.`
`-1977	1	In order to replicate this experiment, i would need to know how much vinegar was poured into each container, how to determine the mass of the samples and what type of vinegar is being used. I would also need to know how to name and rinse each sample and how to dispose of the vinegar waste. Lastly, for is important to know the texture and distribution of each sample a container. For example, if the limestone was crushed and poured in the vinegar container it would dissolve much faster.`
`-1978	1	In order to replicate this experiment u would have to try & use many different samples. Another way they can do this is to be more pacific on the data, by telling us how many cups of vinergen is needed.`
`-1979	1	Additional information we would need is the type of samples in order to replicate the experiment, knowing how much vinegar to add in four seperate identical containers would also need to know how to measure the samples masses. All this helps to replicate the experiment.`
`-1980	1	To replicate a better experiment, the first thing you would want to add is how much vinegar is poured in each container. If one container has more than the other, more will erode the material quicker giving inaccurate results. Another factor they may want to change to the same weight and size of the material once again isn't going to give you good results. Lastly, they shouldn't use the already used material to replicate the experiment. Some materials are weaker than others and may erode quicker, so those are all factors the group of students should add.`
`-1981	1	The first piece of information that is nesessary to repeat this experiment, if only given the procedure, is what the four samples are. We would also need to know how much vinegar to place in each container. We would also need to know if the containers needed to be opened or closed during the twenty-four hour period.`
`-1982	1	In order to replicate this experiment, I would need to know opromatly the size of the sample used so that i would achieve similar results. I would also need to know the amount of vinegar poured into each of the four containers, I need to know this because different amounts of vinegar may cause more or less of a change in mass. Another thing that i would need to know is the environment that the samples are to sit in, the temperature and lighting could effect my results. Lastly, I would need to know if the containers are covered or left open, if they are left open some of the vinegar could evaporte, thus effecting my results.`
`-1983	1	"They would need to explain how their experiment went. So they used different objects and put them in containers with vinegar to soc. Determine the mass of each. So this is how they should explain their experiment. ""We've tested four objects in vinegar and the four objects were a marble, limestone, wood and plastic. The mass of each were marble 4.8, limestone 10.4, wood 11.6 and plastic 7.2. When we put them in the vinegar and took them out and set them down for 30 minutes we saw that the mass of the marble went down to 9.4, limestone 9.1, wood 11.2, and plastic 7.1. So the mass of the marble went down -0.4, limestone -1.3, wood 0.0, and plastic -0.1."`
`-1984	1	What  additional information we will need is how much vinegar they used, what kind of vinegar they used, and how big and what kind of containers they used, they should also have a control group plus, they should tell for how big each sample is.`
`-1985	1	In order to replicate this experiment, the additional information that is needed is to record exactly how much vinegar needs to be poured into each container. Another piece of additional information that is needed is how to determine the initial mass of each sample. It is also necessary to be specific and state exactly which material (marble, limestone, wood, or plastic) should be placed into each container.`
`-1986	1	In order to replicate the experiment you would need to know how much vinegar to pour in each container, you  would need to know what the four different samples were, and you would need to know whether or not  to cover or put a lid on the containers.`
`-1987	1	You need a grab for the chart.`
`-1988	1	The procedure did not say what types of cocks shuld be used in this experiment. The procdure also does not state hou much vinegar buc in the cups. At the end of the procedure it should say repeat experiment for better results.`
`-1989	1	They should have done more trials for each sample to make sure it is accurat. Also there should be the same amount of vinegar for each sample. It should say put each sample in the same size contaner and cover the sample with vinegar or say how much vinegar to use.`
`-1990	1	Firstly, the students need to be clearer with their procedure.The amount of vinegar to pour on the samples can dramatically alter the results, so an exact amount is desireable.how big are the containers, the size matters when replicating.Another necessity in replication of this experiment is the time used to rinse the samples, they all must be the same`
`-1991	1	How much of a sample to put in the container. Also, how much big were the containers? And how much vinegar should be used?`
`-1992	1	Should try different samples for each container. ^p Another suggestion let it sit and dry for different time. ^p Another, make sure is the same temperature.`
`-1993	1	I think that the additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment would be in the procedure tell what we were getting the mass of, Also they should have once more trials each , why this observation was being done.`
`-1994	1	In order to replicate the experiment I would first need to know the amount of vinegar I needed to pour into the containers, It would also be good to say what they are using to determine the mass of the I object whether it was a triple beam balance or an cetric balance finally in order to replicate the experiment they would need to tell me what the samore are because it all know is four different sample I'm not going to know they mean marble, limestone, wood and plastic.`
`-1995	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar to use, what form each sample is in, and the type of vinegar that was used for the experiment.`
`-1996	1	The additional information needed to replicate the experiment would first be how much vinegar to pour into the cups and the units in which to measure the rocks mass and vinegar.They would also have to include the purpose of the experiment so others understand the experiment better.`
`-1997	1	In order to replicate the experiment more information could be needed. The procedure would that base to`
`-1998	1	To be able to replicate the folowing experiment I would need to know how much vinegar to place  in each container.I would also need to know what samples to use. Where do I put the containers for 24 hours.`
`-1999	1	The additional information needed is the amount of vinegar that goes in each cup, also the need to list the material and they need to add the mass object w.`
`-2000	1	You would need to have a control to determine what you are doing the experiment for. The students would also need to have a dependant variable as well as a dependant variable. The students also need to state what they are testing in the experiment.`
`-2001	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know what the four different samples were because they did not mention them in the procedure. I would also need to know how much vinegar to put into each container, I would need to know how big the containers were.`
`-2002	1	The three different peices of information you would need is what samples are you using for the experiment. The second thing you would need to measure the mass on a scale before measuring it after the 24 hours. And the third reason is subtract the starting mass from the ending mass to get the difference between them.`
`-2003	1	Some information I would need to replicate the experiment is how much vinegar was used, what to measure the mass of he samples with, and how long should the sambes be rinsed with distilled water.`
`-2004	1	After reading the students procedure, one thing I  would add is the amount of vinegar to add to each sample. Another thing I would add in the procedure is the size of the container they want the samples in, and if they should be covered. The last thing I'd have the students add to their procedure is the actual samples themselves so that the person can know what substances they are testing. If all those things were done, the experiment would go a lot smoother, and the results would be a lot more accurate.`
`-2005	1	The information needed to replicate this experiment is to identify the different samples and how to make them. They would need to specify how much vinegar to pour into the containers, also be more clear about the control in the experiment.`
`-2006	1	The additional information you could add are how much of the vinegar do we add to the containers or what kind of vinegar to add because they don't say this in the procedure. Also when to start ,they don't tell you when to start or to end they only said after 24 hours remove the samples. They also don't tell you how or when to record the mass of the object they just say rinse containers and let them dry.Also they need to run two more test.`
`-2007	1	You would need to know the age of the samples because if the wood is old and dried out it'll absorb some of the vinegar.`
`-2008	1	Additional information the students should include ares 1.) What is the problem they are trying to solve, 2.) List of materials, 3.)Amount of viniger.`
`-2009	1	On order to replicate the experiment,`
`-2010	1	After reading the group's procedure, the additional information that I would need in order to replicate the experiment includes how much of each sample to use because without having the same amount of sample, you don't know wether the mass difference is due to composition or amount, the same applies to the vinegar, without knowing how much vinegar to pour into the cups, one might be affected more because it has more vinegar in it than the others. This can also apply to the distilled water, without knowing how long to rinse or how much water to use, one sample might be affected more.`
`-2011	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know if there were any other factors while you left it sitting such as temperature. Sunlight also you need to know the independent and dependant variable.`
`-2012	1	To complete this experiment again, the cares of the samples should have been stated at the beginning with at knowing knowing what the samples are, how are you suppost to experiment on them. There should be a list of all the things that you will need during this experiment. And there should be more details like, what kind of measurement are you measuring the mass, or what kind of container is it, or were do you store the experiment for those 24 hours.`
`-2013	1	a) Size of the containers, types of containers. ^p b) Amount of vinegar. ^p c) Size of the samples.`
`-2014	1	In order to replicate this experiment correctly, you would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the separate containers.You would also need to know what unit of measurement has to be used to measure the sample. Finally,you would need to know what kind of containers were used and if they would effect the masses or the samples.`
`-2015	1	In this lab the information you would need in order to replicate the experiment again you should have a control. Another think is that how many samples to put in one container. Also, you would need distilled water.`
`-2016	1	The three imost they had bett.where how much vinegar did they use for the experiment. Also, that they forgot to saw how big containers were and if they cover the container after they put the vinegar and materials.`
`-2017	1	In addition, I would need to know how much vinegar to put into the four containers, also the size of the containers and how much of the sample was put into each container.`
`-2018	1	Some additional information I would need to replicate this experiment would be certain amount of vinegarI would need to put into each cup, exactly what materials I am to add in each of the four cups, and also how to remove the samples from the containers.`
`-2019	1	The additional information you need would be the materials needed for the experiment, the problem that you are experimenting, dependent variable, independent variable, and even a graph to explain their results better.`
`-2020	1	They need the data to add of each experiment, need hypothesys.`
`-2021	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know what are the different samples that I am investigating? I would also need to know how to determine the mass of the samples. The group needs to clarify that the samples are marble, limestone, wood and plastic. And you measure the mass using a scale and in grams. Lastly, I need to know how much vinegar to put in each container to replicate this experiment.`
`-2022	1	In orderd to replicate this experiment, the additional information required includes;the amount of vinegar poured into containers,the location where the containers were started and the instrument used to prepare the mass of samples,either a laple temprereture digital scales.`
`-2023	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container, also how much water you place into each sample and you would need to record step 3 more clearly.`
`-2024	1	To replicate the experiment, I would first off need to know how to determine the mass of the four different samples. For the next step, would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the pieces of material. I would want to know how exactly to rinse the seperate slabs at the end and then know how to measure the mass of the seperate samples at the end as well.`
`-2025	1	This procedure is not descriptive at all. Wedon't even know what to use for the first step. It also doesn't say the exact amount of what everything should be. The last mistake it states to label but we are not sure of the exact name. So all of these mistakes would need to be fixed.`
`-2026	1	To replicate the experiment, I would need to know what samples I am sopost to use, how much vinegar I'm sopost to put in these samples and what I'm supost to look them.`
`-2027	1	You will need to write a hypothesis on the experiment and a conclusion on what happened and a graph on the changes that the experiment went through.`
`-2028	1	To replicate this experiment I would have to know what kind of container they used and the size of it, also I would have to know where I should remove the samples to after 24 hours.`
`-2029	1	They should have wrote in the 4 different sample telling us what they are. Also they told us to determine the mass but they didn't tell us to fing the difference in mass from the starting mass to the end mass.`
`-2030	1	To replicate the experiment again. I would need to know how much vinegar used, I would need to have a control group like marbles, limestone, wood and plastic placed in a distilled water esp for 24 hours to test my results again. And lastly, I would need all the materials to weigh the same before starting the experiment.`
`-2031	1	You would need to know how much vinegar they used and what shape the samples were in. i If they were all marble shaped the results would very from a jaged figure.`
`-2032	1	I would need them to explain to me how they got the conclusion (mass of the 4 samples). ^p Then I would tell them to include procedure step by step throught the exsperiment. ^p How much acid rain was need to effect the mass.`
`-2033	1	To replicate this experiment you will need to know the name of the material.How much vinegar to actually pour in the containers. What is the name of the sample material.`
`-2034	1	To replicate the experiment, the group would need to state the amount of vinegar that is to be poured into the containers. The group also needs to state if the containers should be covered and at what temperature the containers should be stored.`
`-2035	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know what is the statement that they are trying prove. Also how much vinegar was added to each container. Finally each starting mass should be the same.`
`-2036	1	It would be very helpful if you knew what the mass was at the end of the expiriment. It also should show exactly how much vinegar you should pour into each container. In that case you can have an exact amount each time. Also it would help to know how much marble, limestone, wood and plastic we have in each container.`
`-2037	1	Some additional information you would need to replicate this experiment would be what you would use to find the mass, how much vineger to pour in the containers; and where should the samples lit for 30 minutes? in the heat? in the reid?`
`-2038	1	"To replicate the experiment more information is needed such as, the amount of vinegar in each cup, what the samples are, how long the samples should be rinsed and clearer directions instead of saying, "" pour vinegar in each of four separate but identical containers,"" explain how much vinegar and whether cups should be large or small. The experiment procedure needs to be more specific so that more trials can be done exactly the same or as close as possible, for a more accurate conclusion."`
`-2039	1	Some additional information that they would need to replicate the experiment is to add the starting mass with the ending mass. Then they get an answer and then they divide that answer with the answer in the distance in mass numbers.`
`-2040	1	The next time this group did this experiment, they would get more accurate results by measuring and recording the amount of vinegar poured into each container. They should also record the temperature of at which the containers are stored. This information will improve the accuracy of the results, and will make it easier to repeat the experiment.`
`-2041	1	To replicate the group's procedure,the students will need to tell how much vinegar goes into the identical contaicee. Also they would need to tell how much distilled water would need to be added.`
`-2042	1	In this groups,  procedure you wuld need to know how much vinegar you need to pour in container and also what kind of container. Also they could add what temprature they left the material in the containers.`
`-2043	1	After reading the groups procedure, in order to replicate the experiment, you will need to know how much vinegar was needed, how big was the sample pieces and did need to be close to sunlight or just room light.`
`-2044	1	To replicate this experiment well you would need to know more information. The procedure did not tell you how much vinegar to put in each container. The procedure also didn't explain that you should weigh the samples in grams before you begin. An experiment that is replicated may not always be exact, but the important information should be included.`
`-2045	1	In order to replicate the experiment, additional information needed would be the volume of vinegar. Also, the procedure should say if the containers are covered or uncovered. Finally, it should specify what the samples should dry in, like a petri dish, to avoid contamination.`
`-2046	1	One thing that's need to be done to the procedure is get safety goggles because it's always important to be safe. Another thing that's needed to be put is gathering materials you need. Also the last thing to be done is when your finished with an experiment, clean up your area.`
`-2047	1	Some additional information I would like to add to this Acid Rain experiment is to tell what amount or how much vinegar to place in the containers. Another  suggestion is to add more detail to the first step by agknowledging what samples we have to determine the mass or. They might also want to include what or how to determine the mass of each of the samples.`
`-2048	1	Additional information needed in order to replicate the experiment would be to know what the four different samples are that are being tested. Another piece of additional information needed is the amount of vinegar being poured in step 2. One other piece of additional info would be how long to rinse the samples in distilled water,and what temperature the water should be at while rinsing.`
`-2049	1	A proceder that I would put in that after they all dryed, then I out them on a balance beam scale and then add 4 different mass from starting mass.`
`-2050	1	Additional info needed to replicate the experiment are say what sample types your using, I tell you how to set up the cups, and describe about the samples.If the group did these things I would be able to copy this experiment.`
`-2051	1	This is a good procedure to follow, only it lacks of some problems towards the end, which cause the experiment to completly go wrong, because of the fact that you will be unable to finish the investigation. I myself would not change but rather much could a step or two by the procedure, for example it is necessary to comprare all the answers with one another by subtracting and seeing each others differences, and 8. Depend exparament al least three times to see if it is valid.`
`-2052	1	In order to replicate this experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar to pour in each of the four seperate but identical containers. I would also need to know what the four samples were even though it is stated in the data table, it is not stated in the procedure where it should be stated. Another thing would be helpful to know is what types of container I should I put the samples in so that I can replicate the experiment the same way they performed it.`
`-2053	1	After reading the group's procedure the additional information i would need in order to replicate the experiment is specify, types of materials like what kind of wood or plastic did they use because there are different kinds. I would also need to know how much vinegar to use for each material because that information was not given and using different amounts of vinegar can affect the results.`
`-2054	1	Additional information you would need would be your independent variable, dependent variable, control and you would have to form a hypothesis. The independent dont variable is what you control and the dependent variable depends on the I.V.`
`-2055	1	In order to replicate the experiment, you would need to know what materials were being used. In the procedure, the group wasn't clear on what substances they were using. Also, the group needs to tell you to find the difference between the 2 mases. They were not clear on that in the procedure`
`-2056	1	You would need to know how much vinegar to put in, what samples you would use and what the independent variables could be.`
`-2057	1	First they would need to list the four sample names so I know what I am working with. Second, list down the mass of each sample. Finally, list down either you put samples under heat, cold, where ?`
`-2058	1	First are they didn't fell you to put on your safety gageles. Then they determine the mass of four different samples are of what to use to get the mass with the next step it doesn't say what kind of containers to use. Glass or metal or raind or savare, i also don't know what to label. Do you put it on a paper tawel to dry also because it doesn't say how to.`
`-2059	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you will need to know how many pieces of each sample are going to be added. You would also need to know the conditions of the resting place because they can affect the experiment. In addition, It would also be useful to know how the amounts are being measured.`
`-2060	1	In order to replicate the experiment additional information I would need  would be the amount of vinegar poured into each container. To make sure there is only one independent variable, the material, the amount of vinegar in each cup must be the same. Also, the temperature of the room should be identified, because it have a possible effect on the outcome. Last, the volume of each material needs to be specified should be identical.`
`-2061	1	In order to complete this experiment, they need to inquire measurements of how much vinegar to put in the cups and how much of each sample should go into the cup. Also, they forget to tell you to get a starting mass, so you are capable of finding the difference between the starting and ending mass.`
`-2062	1	In the groups procedure, they need to add additional information. They need to add 1) gather materials then they should list the materials needed.2) List the 4 different samples, also they should add.5)record data, they should add these three things because you should write a procedure very detailed because some people might not understand.`
`-2063	1	I would need to know what kind of samples will I need. I would also need to know how much vinegar should be poured into the containers. Most importantly, I'm going to need to know what to use to figure out the mass.`
`-2064	1	You would need the names of everything and the numbers that go with it so that everyone understands what youre trying to explain to them.`
`-2065	1	To make the experiment able to be replicated, there can be a different amount of time. There can also be more containers which lastly there can be different placements, such as one container can be in the sun, another can be in the shade. Or simply there can be a temperature differences instead of measuring the mass. All these factors can make this experiment reprodurable.`
`-2066	1	Additional information I will need in order to replcate this experiment is how long you leave the vinegar in the four different samples, how many times you have to do it for and how you measure the mass.`
`-2067	1	We need more, starting mass, ending mass & difference in mass & then test it all over.`
`-2068	1	It is a good statemen ot the problem cause is showing u every thing they did and every color, temperatur after s minutes and every temp after 16 minutes.`
`-2069	1	I think in order to replicate the experiment you would have to change the data recorded for this experiment.`
`-2070	1	In order to replicate the experiment we would need to know what the samples are of. We would also need to know why we are massing these samples; what are we trying to find. Thirdly, we need to know where to put the containers, the environment must affect the experiment in one way or the another.`
`-2071	1	I don't know.`
`-2072	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know what materials to use. Also how much of each material? For example step 2 indicates to pour vinegar in container. How much vinegar should I pour? Another thing I would need to know, how to determine things and it what units I should. For example step 1 indicates to determine the mass of four different samples. It also never specifies type of samples.`
`-2073	1	You need to know what the samples are. ^p You need to put the starting mass of the samples and record the ending mass.`
`-2074	1	They would need to include how much vinegar they are pouring into each containers, name the samples that they are going to use min their procedure and they should also say if they have any constants. Those are some ways in which their procedure would be well.`
`-2075	1	Additional information needed, would first be what the four different samples are. Also, how much vinegar to pour into each containers. In the procedure it says to place sample in a container since they haven't said what samples there are people wouldn't be able to replicate this experiment, there's  not enough information, and that wouldn't give the most accurate results.`
`-2076	1	To begin with the procedure should state how much vinegar should be used in the cups also, it should specify merisseds or materials in this cups`
`-2077	1	What is the reasoning for doing this experiment?, what kind of container should we use?, What should we use to determine mass before and after.`
`-2078	1	In order to replicate this experiment, it is necessary to know exactly how much vinegar was put into each container. Also, what type of containers were used. Also, what would need to be known is how much water was used to rinse it off.`
`-2079	1	In order to replicate the experiment, some additional information I would need would be what the 4 different samples were. I would also need to know how much vinegar to pour in the cups. Lastly, I would know how much of the sample I would be weighing whether it be 50z, or 51bs the sample is not clear in the procedure.`
`-2080	1	To repeat this experiment, you would need  have valid data, a control and more trials. Also I would put the four samples of vinegar in different environments such as a refrigarator or incubator. To see if the data would be affected.`
`-2081	1	The students could include what the four samples actually were. The students should also label the identical containers so they don't get mixed up. The students should also include what device they're finding the mass of the samples with. The students should also include how much vinegar should be poured into each container.`
`-2082	1	You will need the same amount of the experience because it is the main part of the experience and also measure haw much sample/ or vinegar you using and water/check it out often times to see if anything will happen.`
`-2083	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need to know how much vinegar they used, what temperature the room in which the samples were and how much distilled water was used to rinse each sample . Another factor you should know to replicate the experiment was if the corner used was dark or if sunlight touched the rocks during the experiment.`
`-2084	1	The additional information I would need in order to replicate the experiment is 1) how much would all the samples weigh? ^p 2) How much vinegar do I pour in the containers? And 3) Where would this experiment take place. What kind of surroundings and environment?`
`-2085	1	In the experiment limestone has the most different in the mass. Wood didn't change at all. The mass stayed the same. Wood had highest starting and ending mass. To make this experiment better they could of had more trial.`
`-2086	1	You would need to include how much vinegar you need to put in the containers. They also need to include the formula for determining the mass. Also they need to include how much material we need.`
`-2087	1	To replicate this experiment you would have to no the amount and mass of the vinegar. You would also have to no the temperature of the vinegar and the temperature when the stones were drying. Another piece of information needed is the ph of the vinegar. You would also have to no what type of wood used in order to replicate the experiment. You would also have to no the type of plastic.`
`-2088	1	To replicate this experiment you would require a few more pieces of information. For example, how much vinegar to put in. That piece of information is never mentioned in the procedure, and it is very important to ensure validity. Another piece of information needed is a supply list. It is never stated with what you are supposed to determine the mass and the only supplies mentioned are the 4 ''containers'' and an unidentified amount of vinegar. Also, where the containers should be kept is never mentioned, because if they are stored incorrectly it might cause the experiment to be invalid.`
`-2089	1	Additional information needed in order to replicate this experiment is, we would need to know how much vinegar to pour in each container.`
`-2090	1	The students could have said how much vinegar they put into the containers. They also could have said how big or small the containers were.`
`-2091	1	Some additional info that I would need for this experiment is the temp that they would have the containers in. Also another piece of info I would need is how much vinegar I should put in. And last info that I would need is should the room I leave them in be light, dark or should it be moderate. All this to make the experiment reenactment accurate.`
`-2092	1	The group of students should have mentioned in their procedures what four samples to use in the experiment. Otherwise, the experiment wouldn't be able to be replicated because we don't know which sample to use. Also, they should've mentioned the amount of vinegar that should've been poured in each of the four containers so we know how much to pour in. They should also have mentioned whether or not we had to record the difference in the mass of the samples or not.`
`-2093	1	To replicate this experiment you would need to have a starting mass of marble, limestone, wood, and plastic to do this you would also need to use the group's procedure.`
`-2094	1	To replicate the experiment, you would need to know what the four different samples are, you also need to know the starting mass for each sample, how to determine the mass of each sample and where to keep the containers for the 24 hours.`
`-2095	1	In step number 5, you should specify where to let the samples is and dry. Make sure it is not too cold or too hot. In step 2, you should include how much vinegar to pour into each container. In step 1 and 6, you should describe how to find the mass of the samples.`
`-2096	1	In order to replicate the experiment there needs to be how much vinegar to use.`
`-2097	1	In the group procedure I would need to know how much vinegar to put in each container,how to determine the mass and what to label each container in order to replicate the experiment.`
`-2098	1	When the tell you to determin the mass of four different samples they should say starting mass. In step two they should say how much vinegar to pour into all containers. The should include determine the ending mass.`
`-2099	1	You would need to know what kind of samples to use, how much vinegar is used, and how to dry them.`
`-2100	1	After reading the groups procedure in order to replicate is one must add three things such as amount of vinegar poured into the containers, need a scale and a type of vinegar.`
`-2101	1	I would neet to know the samples, a discription of them, in order to do the investigation, in order to make it clear and understandable.`
`-2102	1	I would need to get a lsit of all the different materials. I would also had to know how much vingar to use also one else ending results might not be as others. I would also need to folow how much`
`-2103	1	Yow'd need to know how muchvinegar was poured into each sample. You'd needto know how much of each sample you'd need, how long should you rinse it.`
`-2104	1	The students have neglected to include the amount of vinegar and it is hard to replicate the lab without measurements. The students should also include other trials and also if the vinegar needs to be replaced. These are important to procure correct results.`
`-2105	1	You would need to find out what the mass is (question 1 ), we would also need to know what the remaining samples are (question 2). Lastly, we would want to answer question 6 and find out the mass.`
`-2106	1	To repeat this groops procedure, you would need 3 additional pieces of information. ^p              1. The amount of vinegar to put on the sample. ^p               2. The amount of each sample that you need. ^p                3. The amount of distilled water to rinse each sample.`
`-2107	1	Reading the group's procedure it should have been more thorough for me to replicate that experiment. They needed to included in their procedure, the 4 types of samples that were experimenting on.The amount of vinegar used in their experiment, the types of containers that were used and the size of each container. They also needed to include the name of the sample that should be poured into container and also which container. Also where were the containers left to dry the temperature of the atmosphere outside or inside, for me to be able to replicate this experiment.`
`-2108	1	You would need to know how much vinegar you are pouring into the containers. Another thing you would need to know is how much of a sample you put into the labled container. Finally, at the end you should use the same amount of distilled water to rinse off the vinegar at the end.`
`-2109	1	In order to replicate the experiment, the group would need to specify in number one the four different samples. In step 3, they need to specify which sample goes into which container,and lastly, they should add another step which should state that they should run atleast 3 trials so that their information could be accurate.`
`-2110	1	The additional information that I need in order to replicate the experiment is 1:I have to get all the ingredient for the experiment .2: Later  I have to put all the ingredients to ge ther and I have to show how  to prepare the experiments.Then iI all the ingredient and I have to know how to prepare the experiment and later I have to give the time necesary and for the end I have to check was what the result.`
`-2111	1	First you have to determine the samples name. Predict the mass so when the right answer comes up you dont get shocked. At the end of the procedure compare them to your prediction.`
`-2112	1	In order to replicate the experiment they would need to determine the mass of the four different samples 2 times of four vinegar in each of four seperate but identical container 2 times. Next,place a sample of one material into one container 2 times. Then repeat with the remaining samples and place a single sample into a single container. After 24 hours remove the samples from the containers and rinse each sample with distilled water. Allow the samples to sit and dry for 30 min then determine the mass of each sample.`
`-2113	1	In order to replicate this experiment, i would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each of the four containers. The amount of vinegar would affect the difference of mass and time. Also, I would need to know what kinds of containers it use for placing the samples in. Some containers might not allow enough room for the samples. Lastly I would need to know how much distilled water I would need to rinse the  substances with.This could change the difference in mass.`
`-2114	1	To improve the groups experiments they would need to add to the procedure how they found the difference in masses. Also the group should include clearly when the started recording and when they stoped recording. Finally, to improve these students labs I think the should expain the list of materials they were using and its size.`
`-2115	1	One thing we would need to know in the procedure is how much vinegar to pour in the containers. If we don't know how much vinegar to put in the results would end up differently. Another thing we would need to know is what size of container to put the vinegar in, we would also need to know what object to put in what amount of vinegar.`
`-2116	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar was present in the containers and the size of the rock sample to assure that the rock came in contact with the same amount of vinegar on it's surface in both experiments. I would also want to know they type of vinegar so I could use the same kind.`
`-2117	1	In order to replicate the lab that the students made, the procedure for you would have to know, what kind of materials you are using for the practical to place in the vinegar. Also, you would need to measure what after placing below, you should go through before including the labs. You also need to know how big the containers should be and how much vinegar to use.`
`-2118	1	In order to replicate this experiment, they should also put so the procedure, how much vinegar so the amount of liquid is equal, where they should sit & dry (a window, canter, if its on anything, under a light etc.) How do you rinse it with distilled water( also you use soap, let it sank to get vinegar out or do you dump water on it then let it dry).`
`-2119	1	The exact amount vinegar poured in each container. How to measure the amount of mass each has.`
`-2120	1	The amount of vinegar, the temperature of the room, and the marble should be the same size.`
`-2121	1	You would need to know how much vinegar to pour into the different samples. You would need to know also what one marene, you put into the container and label, and you would need to know exactly what material you put  with each samples.`
`-2122	1	The groups procedure is, although somewhat thorough hard to replicate. In order foreach sample to get the same treatment and be as accurate as possible you need to know how much vinegar to put into the containers, you also would need to know how much water to rinse with. The right factor is also important. The students should be more specific about where the samples should be put, rather light or dark, because this effects the outcome.`
`-2123	1	Some additional information needed to repeat this process would be how much vinegar to put in each container, if we should let the samples sit in room temperature or in hot and colder area, new to determine the mass, and how much of each sample should we place into the single container.`
`-2124	1	They didn't come up with conclusions, they problem, thesis`
`-2125	1	The additional information from the procedure is what the samples are. It tells you in the table but you wouldn't be given that along with the procedure. Secondly you need to know what containers you should be using. Lastly you will need to know what the materials are and also how to determine the mass of each sample.`
`-2126	1	In the groups procedure instead of just saying a container say what kind and it's size. The procedure needs to include what you see to weigh the samples. The procedure needs to be more specific with the samples. I would need to know if I had to treat each sample differently.`
`-2127	1	I would need to know how much vinegar to put into the different samples. I would also need to know in what kind of container because the material can effect the outcome and whether to leave the containers in room temperature or in the heat.`
`-2128	1	After reading the groups procedure the information that I would add would be to determine how much material I would add to one cup. I would also need to know how much distilled water is needed in the cup. After doing that I would also need know how much vinegar is allowed in the cup.`
`-2129	1	To replicate the experiment  i  would  need to know how much vinegar I need to put into the containers. I would need to know how to measure the mass in.`
`-2130	1	You would need to know that you have to mass it before you do anything and you have to mass it after the whole expirement. You need to know how much vinegar to pour on the samples.`
`-2131	1	The group should specify what are the four different samples. More information is needed on what should be done to the samples during the 24 hours. Also we need to know what kind of instrurrent is used to measure the sample.`
`-2132	1	One thing that you would need to know is how much vinegar your using. Another thing would be how your going to weigh these materials, lastly you would need to know exactly what your looking for in these materials,  such as if they  dissolved or grew.`
`-2133	1	In order to demonstrate this experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar should be poured into each cup. You also would need to know how to determine the mass which would go in the first step of the procedure. The samples also should be rinsed with the same amount of water, which should also be in the procedure.`
`-2134	1	The additional information that needs to be added to the procedure is what are they measuring everything in. Also, we would need to know what size containers they used small, medium, or large. Plus where are they removing the samples from. We would need to know that before we even start the lab. Last, how are we going to find the mass by a triple beam balance. The procedure needs more information or we can't even start the lab.`
`-2135	1	Additional information you would need would be why they are doing this experiment (purpose statement), more trials of the experiment and a control.`
`-2136	1	First you would have to say what the samples have to be , you also have to say how much vinegar to pour in the containers, and how big the containers should be.`
`-2137	1	I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container. Where are we going to put the containers so they get the same amount of heat/sunlight. How long should you rinse it for.`
`-2138	1	I would need all four samples: Ad the old results, and vingar. Also water and containers.`
`-2139	1	You would need to know how much of the sample was used. Also, you would need to know how much vinegar was used and lastly, you would need to know how big the conde is used and put the samples into.`
`-2140	1	The additional information I would need to replicate, this experiment is the mass of the cup used. If I were to measure the material in a cup. The cup also has a mass so you will have to substance that one. Also, you would need to know the actual names of the sample being used. The procedure does not include that information and that is vital to hav.The other thing that I would to know is how much vinegar to the top of the container specified just a little bit.`
`-2141	1	Some additional information I would need to replicate this experiment, is first off how mach vinegar to pour in each container using to much or to little vinegar can skew the results. Secondly, I would need to know in what condition I should plac the container in. It is possible heat and light may alter the results. Finally, I would need to know if the containers should be covered or not. The samples being exposed to oxygen can also alter the results.`
`-2142	1	(1)If Put not show wait so lable ^p (2) How long we ^p (3)Expt more about the`
`-2143	1	In order to repeat this experiment on my own, the group of students should have first off, talked about what the four samples they were testing were. Also they should have told us the amount vinegar that was needed to be used in each sample. And lastly, they should have explained in their procedure to calculate the difference in their starting mass, and ending mass.`
`-2144	1	In order to replicate this experiment, I will need to know more information such as how much vinigar in each of four seprate containers and how long the experiment is, pecific mersurements will help also.`
`-2145	1	In step one, I would need to know what the four samples were that I was determining mass of. In step two, I would need to how much vinegar to pour into the containers. I would need to know what temperature to place the samples at in step 4.`
`-2146	1	You'd need a stop wacth, you'd need to be there at the exact time,leave the mass`
`-2147	1	After reading the group's procedure, one piece of additional information that would need to be included to replicate their experiment would be including the names of the four different samples that are being tested. Another piece of information should be that, in steps 1 and 6, that you make sure to record each separate mass and not just determine them. A final piece of information should be how much vinegar to pour in.`
`-2148	1	The additional information needed in this experiment is minimum of three. Such as in number in number two, they should tell you how much vinegar should be added in the four separate containers. Also when they say to put the sample material in the container they should say if there is a size limit. Most of all, to find out the mass, you need to show what unit they measured in so you can get the correct or some data as them.`
`-2149	1	In order to replicate this expierement I would need to have all the materials that are found in this procedure. I would then gather all of my materials and follow the procedure and also record my data down on a piece of paper. In expierements I always like to bring a watch for timing the samples just in case there are none around.`
`-2150	1	After reading the group's procedure I would need more specific information to replicate the experiment. First, the procedure says to pour vinegar in each container, but it does not specify how much should be used. Also, the procedure doesn't say what size container I would use for each of the containers used in the experiment. Last, the procedure doesn't say where I should pour the residue after the rinse.`
`-2151	1	After reading the group's procedure, I then figured out how they could replicate it. They could change the amount of vinegar they put in each sample. Also, they can record the room temperature to see if it changes within the 24 hours. Finally, they can change the type of water that they use in step 4 to make a difference.`
`-2152	1	In order to replicate this experiment I would need the mass of the containers, a description of the container, and a control in order to maximize the accuracy of the data.`
`-2153	1	To replicate the experement, I would need to know the problem of the experiment. What the mass of the sample has to do with the experiment and what the marble, limestone, wood, and plastic are for.`
`-2154	1	In order to replicate the groups procedure, you would need to know the amount of vinegar they used. They would need a control group and the amount of distilled water used to rinse the materials. They also need amount of time in distilled water, more trials could be done for accuracy.`
`-2155	1	First, the procedure needs is specific which materials are being used as sample. In the procedure, there was and mention of the samples being marbles of any kind. Also, the procedure doesn't a tempt to control the amount of vinegar in each container. This is necessary to replicate the experiment as different volumes of vineea eased after the estume. The procedure, finally needs to keep the size of the marbles constant. Surface area may be a factor in the experiment.`
`-2156	1	After reading the group procedure, some additional information that should be added is to list what numbers steps that you have to repeat because it a little confusing on what steps to repeat. Another one is to list out the materials, it has no information on what materials are being used only in the data table which was done after the experiment. Next thing they should add is the amount of vinegar,water etc that is need for the experiment for all trials and lastly they should be specific about where to put  thing for example where do you put the materiasl often washing them off.`
`-2157	1	After reading the groups procedure, 4 things that would need to be added are that they would need to identify the four different samples, they would need to tell you the amount of vinegar to put in each cup, they would need a control and lastly they would need to do multiple trials in order for it to be a valid experiment.`
`-2158	1	To replicate this experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container. It doesn't tellyou how much vinegar you need. Also, I would need to know the size of the samples. Should they all be the same size or different? It doesn't tell you what size the samples should be. The last piece of information I would need is what the samples even are. The procedure doesn't tell you which materials to even use.`
`-2159	1	I would need to know what kind of container the sample were put in,and the amount of vinegar poured on the samples, also the kind of vinegar.`
`-2160	1	In the groups procedure they do not include some details that are crucial for the experiment to be repeated. First you would need to know how much vinegar to put into each container. You would also need to know how much of each sample was put into each tube. You would also need to know if the experiment was repeated to see that there was no errors accidentally ,happened and you would need the name of the sample that you are useing.`
`-2161	1	One thing that they don't say that you need to replicate the experiment would be, how much of the samples to use. The procedure dosn't say that you need to find the difference in the masses.`
`-2162	1	In order to repeat this experiment I would need to know how much vinegar they poured into the container for each sample. I would also need to know what kind of marble, wood and plastic they used since there isn't one kind of each. It would be useful to know what containers were used and hou long they rinsed the samples for.`
`-2163	1	In order to replicate the experiment, I would need to know what to use to determine the mass of the 4 different samples, since it does not state that in the procedure. Also, the samples of the items should be added in because you have no idea what you are testing, if they are not in the procedure. Also, there should be a given amount of vinegar in the procedure, not a vague description. Not having the same amount of vinegar in all 4 containers could affect the experiment.`
`-2164	1	In order to replicate the experiment, i would need to know the amount of vinegar to pour into the containers. Also i would need to know how long to rinse the rocks with distilled water.  Without those pieces of information, i could not precesily replicate the experiment.`
`-2165	1	Another piece of information you might need, is how much distilled water is used. Also if you are using. the same amount of each sample. Even maybe, how much vinegar you are using on each sample.`
`-2166	1	The additional information you would need to replicate the expirement wald be an accurate mesurement of vinegar being pared into the containers. Also an accurate measurement of the distilled water you would uses for each container to rinse it off, after 24 hours.`
`-2167	1	For this group's experiment, I would need to know how much vinegar I need in each cup.  I also do not know what the four different materials/samples are, so it would be nice to have some ideas. They should also put down to try this two or three times all together  so we have more than one of the tables to read.`
`-2168	1	"There are three pieces of additional information that could be reach to replicate the experiment. In steps 1 and 6 they say that they determine the mass of the samples. We must know how they do the or what ri they use. Also in steps 2 they say ""pour vinegar"". We must know how much vinegar to put into each container. Lastly, in step 4, they say to ""rinse each sample"". We must know for how long or what methods were used to accomplich this."`
`-2169	1	To replicate this experiment you would need a specific amount a vinagar, you would also need to know what the 4 samples were. you also need to have water in the containers containing the vinagar.`
`-2170	1	What information I would need would pcobbaly be marble, limestone and wood.`
`-2171	1	The additional information you would need in order to replicate the experiment is the amount of vinegar you are supposed to put in each of the four containers. Another information that you will need is what's the sizes of each of the four containers because when you put the vinegar, it has to be on equal amounts and if you don't know the sizes of the containers it will affect the experiment.`
`-2172	1	In this experiment, the procedure did not tell us what the four materials were. They never told us how big the containers should be. And after pouring vinegar into the containers why would you get another container to put them in? It was very confusing.`
`-2173	1	First you would need to gather your materials. Then because safety is first, make sure you are ready with goggles and gloves. After you organize yourself, you then determine the mass of four different samples and so on. After the experiment you complete your data with the following information and a graph/chart.`
`-2174	1	The students needed to explain what samples they were using in the procedure, they needed to say how much vinegar to use and what type of vinigar to use.`
`-2175	1	You would need to know how much vinegar to put in the cup, how much sample for each cup and how much distilled water to use to rinse with. You must know all these measurements or the experiment could be wrong. The data could be wrong which would the make your lab report & conclusion wrong.`
`-2176	1	What kind of containers are needed? What are the four different samples ? How much vinegar do you put in to each container?`
`-2177	1	I would pour the vinegar in non-identical container so you could know which is which. You could measure how much you put in to the cup or containers. They could have done the trial more than once to make it was correct.`
`-2178	1	Marble limestone and plastic all absent in the negetives in differences.`
`-2179	1	In order to replicate that experiment you need to say what 4 different samples you are using. You also need to say how you are going to label the cups. In measuring the 4 different samples you need to say how to mease. You lastly need to mention the materials you need to use for that procedure.`
`-2180	1	To make this procedure complete, there should be specification about how big the containers are, there should also be specification about how much vinegar you pour in these containers. Lastly, saying how you determine the mass of each sample hey.`
`-2181	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would need to add what the four examples are in the procedures, that way, the experiment know what they're working with. You would also include a control, and independent/dependant variables, also, take observations.`
`-2182	1	You will need to know exactly what materials are needed. You must also know how much vinegar to put in each cup. Also the starting weight of each.`
`-2183	1	1.What shape the samples were ^p 2.What type of vinegar was used ^p 3.What type of marble, limestone, wood and plastic was used`
`-2184	1	In order to replicate this experiment, you would need to know how much vinegar is being put into each cup. The specific types of plastic, wood, limestone and marble and how long the samples were rinsed for.`
`-2185	1	In order for me to replicate this experiment, I would need to know need to knew how big each container was the holds the samples.I would need to know much vinegar to put in each container. Also I would need to know how to measure the mass of the 3 objects.`
`-2186	1	I would need to know the materials that are going to get measured. The amount of time that each material stayed in the vinegar. The staring mass and the ending mass of each material.`
`-2187	1	The information needed would be what is trying to be proven with this investigation. Also, they would need to state what the original samples are & thickness of each original sample.`
`-2188	1	I will need a balance to weight the mass of four different samples.Replace vinegar for lemon and put in each four edentically.After 24 hours, i will use water to rinse each sample. After i will use the balance to check if there is any change in the mass of each.`
`-2189	1	Additional information I would need in order to replicate this experiment is that I would need to know what measuring tool to use in order to weigh the samples (triple-beam balance). I would also need to determine the difference in the mass of the samples. The group showed the difference on their data table, but didn't list that step in their procedure. Lastly, I would need to record every different mass on the data table which also isn't a step in the group's procedure.`
`-2190	1	In addition to the procedure in acid rain experiment, they forgot to state their hypothesis but in the beginning they also forgot to state their materials such as marble, limestone, wood & plastic in their procedure or how much vinegar in each solution.`
`-2191	1	What the procedure is asking is for them to find away how to make acid rain. Yo will need containers to hold the rain, then your will need to label the containers. After 24 hours they will be ready to then find out the mass.`
`-2192	1	The additional information I will need in order to replicate the experiment is the procedures, so I know what Im doing. The samples, so I know what Im working on. Then starting mass.`
`-2193	1	One thing someone would need is which materials they are testing, if the procedure doesn't include marble, limestone etc, then it can't be replicated. The procedure should also include  how much vinegar to put into each container because of this faster mass not controlled the experiment won't be valid. Finally, the students need to add where to keep the containers because different environments can affect the results they get for each.`
`-2194	1	I would need there 1.prediction to what they were really questioning. I would probably say the date and time also, including there conclusion.`
`-2195	1	They did not look up data about acid bain and they need t.`
`-2196	1	"In order to replicate this experiment, first of all the ""samples"" would need to be identified as ""samples of ..."". They should start out at roughly the same mass as well. The amount of vinegar should have been constant for each container. How were the containers labeled, numerically, or by name?"`
`-2197	1	The information that you would need in order to replicate the experiment is the samples and container sizes. Also you need lables to identify each sonified container. The same amount andend of vinegar and water. Finally, the same amount of time. And creat a lable the somewhere`
`-2198	1	Some additional information I would need to complete the experiment would be to know what the samples are in the procedure, also I would need to know how big the containers need to be and how much vinegar to pour in. Also I would need to know what temperature the samples need to be at, also if they are covered or uncovered. Then I would need to run a control of water on the samples and run the experiment multiple times.`
`-2199	1	In order for me to replicate the experiment, I would need to know how much vinigar to pour in with the stones.Another thing i would need to know is what are the four materials.No where in the procedure is there names of stones.Another would be how much of the sample to use in grams.Nowhere in the procedure is there an indication of the mass.`
`-2200	1	They will need to include how much vinegar to put into the containers. They also need to make sure that the samples have the same orrigional mass. I will also need to know what the control is and how many times re repeat the experiment for valitity. Also, how long should we nase  the samples for.`
`-2201	1	To do this experiment, you need to know how much sample to put in a cup, the amount of vinegar that needs to be poured into the cup with the sample in it, and how many trials to do the experiment.`
`-2202	1	For me too replicate this experiment the additional information I would need is were did they sit the container did it sit in the room , freezer were.They all so could of told use if they used move traits or not.`
`-2203	1	This procedure can be improved. You must keep everything constant, including the amount of starting mass which was not done in this experiment. Multiple trials would prevent many errors from being recorded because there would be materials to keep the numbers in the appropriate range. A control should also be added such as not pouring anything on one of each sample. The corrections will make the lab much more accurate.`
`-2204	1	You will need marble, limestone, wood because they the variable pieces in this experiment. You will need to experiment with all of there.`
`-2205	1	In order to replicate the experiment you will need to know what size the containers need to be. Also  you need to know what are the containers bowls, plates, cups and you would also need to know to determine the mass of each sample.`
`-2206	1	I would like to have known why were they doing this experiment? And why didn't or the samples get compare with warer by the vinegar?`
`-2207	1	Well first a problem statement would be helpful knowing there independent and dependent variable also knowing their controle group would have helped.`
`-2208	1	In order to replicate this experiment, i need to know how much vinegar to put into 4 seprate containers. I need to know what material to use, so without the information that i listed i would not be able to do this experiment 30 minutes it was done the first time. With the information that they left of was in there then i would be able to replicate this experiment.`
`-2209	1	I would need to know how much vinegar is to be put in each container. I would also need to know how long I had to rinse each item. I also need to know what the samples were dried on.`
`-2210	1	In order to replicate this experiment the procedure would have to say which samples to use. It actually only says place a sample of one material into a container, I would also need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container. The procedure only says pour vinegar in each of four seperate, but identical containers. For this step I would need to know what size of containers I should use for the experiment. I would also have to measure each sample before and after doing, the lab so I would add that to my procedure.`
`-2211	1	Additional information I com to replicate this experiment would be how much vinegar to put in the containers. How many rocks should be placed in the container, and how large the containers should be. This additional information would help me to replicate the acid rain experiment.`
`-2212	1	The group would need to tell me what type of container to use. Am I using a bucket, a beaker or what? Do I put all the materials in separate containers at the same time, or do I wait until the first one is finished to start the second one. What am I removing the samples with. My hands, tongs, what? This is the additional info needed to replicate this experiment.`
`-2213	1	I will need to no what are the names of the four different samples I'm determarning the mass. I will also need to no what units am I measuring by but last but not least, I will need to no how big is the container is.`
`-2214	1	What could be added to this groups procedure is they could perform more trials so that they could get more results. They also could find a control so that they could compare all of their answers to now the control was affected and they also could move vinegar the four different samples right after they took them out of the vinegar because the water could have had as affect an their accurate.`
`-2215	1	Further information would include, why or what purpose the students were conducting the expirement, what size the samples were and explain why each sample is a different mass. ^p The purpose was to record and compare the mass of each sample.`
`-2216	1	In order to replicate this experiment you would need is to know how many containers we would need.`
`-2217	1	To replicate the experiment, we would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each container because it doesn't give a specific amount. We would also need to know how much water we need to rinse the samples off with after the 24 hours. Also, we need to know what we are determining the mass with, because the procedure just says find the mass.`
`-2218	1	One thing you should need to know would be to know what type of sample you would need to set. If you don't know what sample to use, then the experiment is useless. Also you should know how much of the vinegar to put into each of the containers. And finally, you should know what to weigh your sample on and if you should set the weigher to 0 before weighing it in. You need to know what to weigh it on before there are many different weighing systems for biology and if you don't know which are to use, then your lab might cam out wrong.`
`-2219	1	First of all, we would need to to knew what the four different sample are. This way we can talk about it in our data and conclusion. Also, we meed to know how much vinegar to pour into each container because that is a controlled variable. Lastly, it never says to messure infroms so we do not know how much of the material we should be measuring`
`-2220	1	Additional information I would need to replicate the experiment, would be the amount of vinergar to place with the samples. Also, I need to know if there were certain temperature the samples needed to be placed in. The last thing I need to know is what type of containers to put the samples in. You don't know if the vinegar is going to affect the containers.`
`-2221	1	In order for me to replicate the experiment, I would need to know where the containers were kept for 24 hours. Also, I would need to know how much vinegar to pour into each of the four separate containers. Last but not least, I would need to know how much of plastic, wood, limestone and marbles to put into the containers of vinegar to repeat this experiment.`
`-2222	1	One piece of information that would be needed to replicate the experiment is how much vinigar was added to the containers. Another piece of information needed is, what kind of containers were used in the investigation. Finally, the last poice of information needed to replicate the investigation is, how long would the samples be rinsed with distilled water, also how much water was used to rinse.`
`-2223	1	You place the sample of one material container into one container and label repeat the sample iinto a single container. After 24 hours,remove the dry sample and rinse each sample with distilled water. Allow the sample to sit and dry for 30 min.`
`-2224	1	You would need to know the size of the containers. What brand of vinigar was used, so that there can be no change in data. Last you would need to know what it was weighed on.`
`-2225	1	In order some to replicate I need to know how big each container was. How much vinegar was poured on the the subjects. Also I would need each of the subjects to have the same mass. Show it would be more correct it it was all the same size.`
`-2226	1	If I wanted to make the same kind of experiment, I would pour vinegar in each of the 4 separate but identical containers. Then I would wait 24 hours then rinse each sample with distilled water. Finally, allow all the samples to sit and dry for 30 min.`
`-2227	1	In orderto replicate the experiment i  would need to know the 4 different samples used stated in the procedure. I would also need to know what and why we are performing the experiment. In other words, the purpose and problem. I would also need to have stated in the procedure to calculate the difference in mass.`
`-2228	1	In order to replicate this experiment, the procedure would need to be rewritten with more detail. First, a step to record the mass of 4 samples before placing them in vinegar would need to be added. Next, the procedure does not specify how much vinegar should be in each container. Another step they did not add was to re-label the samples after they are removed from vinegar, in order to tell them a part from each other.`
`-2229	1	After reading the groups procedure i would conclude that i will add a independent variable to the lab. Also i would want to place the containers in a constant temperature area for more accurate testing.`
`-4066	2	Based on the students data I can conclude that plastic type B has the largest amount stretched. Two ways that the student could have improved the experimental decison is by allowing the weights to hang longer to see if the plastic would stretch more. Another way he could have improved his experiment is by doing a third trials to really be sure that his results are correct.`
`-4067	2	A. Sample B plastic has the most stretchability. B. One way it to add the original length of the plastic to the chart so you can find the difference of the original and after it stretched. Another way is to show the weight of the weights being put on.`
`-4068	2	The stretchiest plastic was plastic B in both trials. And the least stretchiest plastic was plastic A in both trials. ^p The student could have improved the experiment by adding a control and using the same length of each plastic.`
`-4069	2	a. Conclusion: type a plastic stretched the most. ^p b. The student have used the same length of plastic for every type and should have did more than one trial.`
`-4070	2	a) Plastic type A and B stretched after being pulled apart for five minutes. Plastic type C and D either shrank in length or stayed the same.^p b) The student should of added a control by hanging the plastics with no weight. Also the student should specify how much weight is on the clamp.`
`-4071	2	A.) Based on the data of the table, I conclude that plastic B was the most stretchable. In both trials it proved to be always above 20mm. ^P B.) The student could've used different clamps in his trials, this would've expanded the student possibilities with the plastics. To help with the validity, the student could explain what he did different. For trial T2, for the measures are not the same as T1 except for plastic type D, in both trials the measures were the same.`
`-4072	2	The conclusion that I have drawn is that plastic B was the strongest. Plastic B was the strongest because in trial one it stretched the most to 22mm. Ther trial two B stretched to 23mm. To improve the experiment design the student could state a length they want the sample plastic to be. In the procedure the student should have stated labels that she/he was measuring in.`
`-4073	2	A conclusion that can be dawn from the students experiment is that plastic B is able to stretch the farthest (T1:22mm, T2:23mm) and plastic A stretched the least (T1:10mm, T2:12mm). The validity of this experiment could have been improved greatly by doing these two things; 1) Making sure that the starting length of the plastics were all the same and 2)determining how much of the plastic will be stretched to the table at the beginning. By doing these two things, you're ensuring controlled variables therefore validating your experiment`
`-4074	2	B. Two ways the students could improve the experiment is to doing it again and again until you get the same results. Another way could to leave the plastics hanging for longer.`
`-4075	2	I conclude that plastic type B is the most stretchable because according to the data plastic B in trial 1 stretched 22mm and trial 2 23mm unlike plastic type A which in T1 stretched 0mm and in trial 2 2mm. One way the students could have improved their experiment would be of saying exactly how much weights to add and keep it the same for all the plastics. Another way they could have improved this experiment would be by having the same length of plastic for all the plastics, also they could have done more trials to improve their experiment.`
`-4076	2	a. Based on the data, the strectchiest polymer plastic of the four is plastic type B, because in the both trials, it stretched the most (22 and 23 mm). ^p b. 1.) Add more trials to increase accuracy of the results. 2.) Repeat the experiment with heavier weights to see if it affects the results.`
`-4077	2	a) The only type of plastic that appears to make no change with the 2 trials is plastic type D. ^p b) They could have improved their design/validity by telling us exactly how much they measured in procedure 1. Another would be they could do a 3rd trial.`
`-4078	2	a. Plastic type B is the most stretchable of all the plastic types. Type D was a close second. Plastic type A and C are not very stretchy. ^p b. To improve the validity of the experiment the student could have done 2 things, give the length of the plastics they used and give the amount/type of weights to weigh  the plastic down with the information, the experiment can be duplicated to get similar results.`
`-4079	2	Thus for our experimentation our data has proved in conclusion that plastic type B and D recivied similiar results as also high strechibility on their first trial. One way the students could have improved the data is by putting the tike in the data chart. Another way being how students could have improved their data is by telling the amount of weights added for stretching.`
`-4080	2	a. Plastic Type B stretched the farthest in both trials. Type D stretched second farthest in each trial and C and A stretched the third and least farthest respectively. The order of each plastic type's stretchiness remained the same in both trials. ^p b. The student could have done more trials. They also could've used more specific types.`
`-4081	2	In conclusion this is what the plastic did in the first try and this is what happened in the second try. The best plastic is plastic B because it hangs longer than the other. ^p To make it better is hang it for 7 minutes. maybe put something else than weight, I think scissors.`
`-4082	2	a) Plastic D is the best type of plastic because it's the most stretchable unlike type A which is the least stretchable.^p b.) Do another trial and add heavier weights.`
`-4083	2	Trial 2 was the most stretched plastic because after stretching them a couple of times then they set loose and stretchier than the first time. The most stretchiest was plastic B it has the most stretch than the others. ^p The student could've kept it hanging maybe a little bit longer.`
`-4084	2	3. Based on the data, plastic D held the most weight. Plastic A held the least. Plastic C went down the second time, so maybe it wasnt sturdy enough. Two ways they could improve their experiment is to use different sized plastics. Instead of putting it attached to the table, it could be stretched over a cup. By doing this it will hold more weight, and they will get more acurate answers.`
`-4085	2	A) When dealing with different types of plastic to find out their strechability, I found that plastic type A that 1 had the least amount of stretchability, with only 10mm, whereas plastic type B, trial two out measured A, C, and D's stretchability with 25mm!^p B) 1. He could've specified the names of the plastics, 2. He could've specified the weights added and made sure they're the same.`
`-4086	2	A.D was the most and stayed the same tril 1 and tril 2.^p (B)He should of done another tril to make sure if he got different/ same results.`
`-4087	2	Based on the students data plastic type B stretched the most, plastic type A did the least amount of stretching. ^p They could have used more trials. They also could have added on more weight over a period of time.`
`-4088	2	There is only two ways that the student could have improved the experimental design is by telling the day or hour of the experiment, and see if the student's hypothesis was correct or not.`
`-4089	2	The students that could of have improved the experimental design and or validity of the results its make sure all their supplies are there put the data table in order, and follow the time as instructed.`
`-4090	2	(A) Plastic type B was the superior in both trial 1 and trial 2. ^p (B) Record the weight that was put on to show how much effected each plastic. Also conducting more trials and making a larger graph to show the growth and change of each plastic.`
`-4091	2	The plastic streatures more or less depending on the type could have reapeated it again to see what would happen used types of plastic.`
`-4092	2	Based on the student data all different types of plastic was stretch more than others. Plastic B stretch the farthest, plastic A stretched the lowest. You can conclude that plastic B was the better plastic for the polymer investigation. ^p 1 Way) student could have changed or tested the different plastics at different times. (way 2) Remove the weight from 2 plastics and leave the other 2 with to see the outcome difference.`
`-4093	2	a) Plastic type B stretched the furthest making it the weakest type of plastic. However, plastic type A stretched the least, making it the stordest. b) 1.The student should have had atleast one more trial for completely accurate results. 2. The student should have more specific by giving units to measure length in and specific types of plastic.`
`-4094	2	A conclusion that I can draw from this data is that plastic type B, stretched the most on both trials (22, 23mm). Two things that could be improved in this experiment are that a third or more trials could be performed, and also the amount of weight put on should be monitored, and controlled.`
`-4095	2	a) Polymer plastic type B has the highest stretchability. It had 22mm in T1 and 23mm in T2. None of the other types of plastics stretched further than 20mm on either trial. ^p b) The student could have tested more types of plastic or made more trials to improve the experiment.`
`-4096	2	I concluded that plastics A and B strech the most. One way the students could have improved the design is by stating how much weight they were adding. Another way is if they recorded a control for validity.`
`-4097	2	"A. Based on the data plastic D isn't very stretchy because it was the same length in both trials. It didn't vary by even an inch. Plastic B must be stretchy because it stretched the largest in both trials. B. They could have included more trials they could have at in included the original length of the plastics (before being stretched) so you could compare ""see how much each one stretched."`
`-4098	2	3. a) Plastic type A stretched the most C. b) They could of had more trials and used more types of plastic.`
`-4099	2	For the conclusion it wasn't a big difference from the (T1) and (T2). It was more like 1 or 2 amount stretched from the first trial we did the procedure 2 times and have got different things most of the time.^p They could have had an empty plastic cup hanging from the plastic type to see it there was much difference. The could have also don a third trial just to see if there was much difference.`
`-4100	2	The group can conclude that plastic type B, is the most effective type of plastic. According to the table, Plastic type B held 22mm in trial 1, and 23mm in trial 2. That was the best closely followed by the type D with 20mm, and 20mm. In the experiment, the group could have done 1 more trial to really reinforce the results. Along with that being said, the group also should have measured the weight of the weights, and kept the weight constant for more valid results.`
`-4101	2	A) Our expirament was successful. Some of the plastic that we stretched out increase during trial 2. ^p B) They could have told us how long or wide the plastic has to be and how to rap if to the table.`
`-4102	2	Based on the student's test, plastic type B is the best. Plastic type B has the highest stretchability in both test. The students could've improved their expirements by adding weights till the plastic broke & performing a different test in trail 2.`
`-4103	2	a) I can conclude based on the students data, that plastic type B was the most stretchable. And plastic type A was the least stretchable. ^p b) One way the student could have improved the experimental design was be, first of all, describing what kind of tape was used because simple, weakest tape would probably, not work in this situation. The best kind of tape might be duct tape, scratch tape, or measuring tape. So that needs to be specified. Also, the student should have told us the exact amount of weight that should be used for each plastic if different amounts were placed measurements would be different and all inclusive. The design needs to be more specific.`
`-4104	2	The plastic type A, B increases except plastic C & D. Plastic A increase from 10 mm to 12mm, plastic B increases from 22mm to 23 mm, plastic D stayed the same 20mm, 20mm, plastic  C decrease from 14 mm to 13 mm. ^p One way to improve this experiment is to allow them to hang for more time , Another way is to run more than two trials.`
`-4105	2	A) Based on the conclusion of the students data they took 4 pieces of plastic taped them to an edge of adesk, claped wieghts to them and let them hang for 5 minutes. Then measured them to see how long they have stretched. They did this twice for all four types of plastics. So they got two results for all of the plastics. B) Two ways the students could of improved their experimental design are one had at, the same amount of weight on the different types of plastics. Also they could of had more trials so they could of had more results.`
`-4106	2	a) A conclusion i can make base on this data is that all the specific plastic types had very different effects by either growing, shrinking, or staying the same.^p (b)Two ways the student could have proved the experiment is to include where exactly this experiment is taking place and also the durability of the table being used.`
`-4107	2	I conclude that plastic type A has the most stretchability because from T1 to T2 it stretched two more mm and the rest did not stretch as much as type A. One way this student could have improved the experiment design is by ofsonbing how much the clamp at the bottom of the plastic sample should weigh. Another improvent needs to be in step 5. The student needs to specify what kind of weights are needed and how heavy.`
`-4108	2	The different plastic type stretched different A. plastic A in the T1 they stretched less the the T2 in the plastic B in the trial 2 they stretched one mm that the trial C the trial, they stretched more than the trial 2. D they are equal.^p B. The two ways the student could have improved to the experimental design or validity of the results is add weights to the clamp and allow them to hang for five minutes the other is and then measure the length of the plastic types.`
`-4109	2	The student could have impoved this by being more specific for example the could say how long the piece of plastic is how much weight is being added to the plastic and to also shoe the type being used.`
`-4110	2	Based on the data i can see that not all of the types of plastic stretched, one type of plastic got smaller and one type stood the same. One way that the student could have improved the experiment is by explaining what the four types of plastic were. And second they could have drawn a graph to show the difference of the plastic before and after.`
`-4111	2	Based on the data one can conclude that plastic type B has the highest stretchability because its average amount stretched is greater than any other types. ^P Two ways that the student could've improved the validity of the results would be to cut all out polymers to the same length and to add the same amount of weight to every polymer.`
`-4112	2	"The polymer plastic type A & B were stretch 2mm more after trial 2. Plastic type C & D  obviously is a totally different type of polymer plastic which is not easy to stretch. Plastic type ""C"" decrease 1 mm while plastic type ""D"" stayed the same. They could of improved there validity by mentioning how many weights they used for each trial & also stating the different type of polymer plastics."`
`-4113	2	A) Plastic B has stretched out the furthest more than any other plastic I have tested. The least stretched plastic is plastic type A which was at 10 for T1 and 12 for T2. Type B stretched to 22 in T1 and 23 in T2 at the most stretchability. Type C was at 14 for T1 and 13 for T2. Lastly, type D was at type 20mm for T1 and T2 at 20. The students improved by starting to find out which polymer had the most stretchability. B) One way the students could have improved the experimental design is to add a control with all polymers plastic with stretching it out. Another to improve is to add more for starts such as same starting length of all plastics, same weight, same surface area.`
`-4114	2	Based on the data plastic B stretched the most out of all the plastics. So plastic B is the most stretchable polymer plastic out of the four plastics. Plastic A is the least stretchable because it only stretche10-12mm and plastic B stretched 22-23mm. The students should have stated how much weight was more used and if they used the same amount of weights for each plastic. Also the plastics should all start out the same length to ensure validity.`
`-4115	2	a) Plastic type B has the most tensile strength because it stretched the farthest in both trials, and plastic type A has the least tensile strength, because it stretched the least in both trials. ^p b) The students could have indicated how many millimeters of plastic should be taped on top of the table, and indicated how heavy each weight should be.`
`-4116	2	The conclution would be that plastic type D has streched the most and that plastic type A had streched the least. One way the student could have improved the experement would be to tell people the mass of the weights used. Another thing the student could have done was to list the starting length of the plastic in his data table.`
`-4117	2	"A conclusion based on the students data is ""B"" and ""D"" were measured out to be in the low both. ""A"" and ""C"" were measured in the laend. One way they could of improved the design is meseric the length of tin plastic before they added weight B. A second way they could improve this design is tell us in the procedure when to measure after adding the weights on."`
`-4118	2	In the polymer investigation four different polymer plastics were tested for their stretchability. In this experiment, plastic type B stretched the most while plastic type A stretched the least. The results are reliable because of the two trials the amount stretched only different by 2 mm or the most, disrupting our consistency in the experiment. To improve this experiment, I would run a third and fourth trial to develop an average amount stretched for each plastic type. Additionally, I would make the length of each plastic type the same for a better comparison of each plastics amount stretched.`
`-4119	2	"My conclusion would be that plastic A would be the most resistant plastic and plastic plastic B would be the stretchiest plastic . One way the student could have improved the validity of the results could have been to run more trials for the samples of plastic. One way to improve the experimentol design would be to change step 6"" to repeat steps 1-5 for the remaining three plastic samples'', this would couse less confusion for people doing this procedure."`
`-4120	2	A) Based on the student data I conclude that plastic type B was the stretchiest of all plastics because in both trial 1 and 2 it got higher than 20 both times which was higher for any other plastic. ^P B) The student could have improved this experiment by having a constant amount of weight as put on all the plastics and he should have had a control group.`
`-4121	2	The experiment shows that plastic type B has the most tensile strength, since it would have done to improve the experiment are to specify the amount of weight  added and give specific starting length for each plastic, perfeably the same length for each.`
`-4122	2	Freom this experiment we can conclude that plastic type B stretched the farthest when weights were added to the pull of gravity. They could improve the experiment by saying how many weighs should be added to the plastic to keep it constant. Also they could add more trials to increase the validity.`
`-4123	2	A. Based on the results of the experiment, I believe that plastic C will take the most weight. All the other plastics either extended when more weight was added or stayed the same. Plastic C though actually shrunk in size unlike plastic A which went from 10 to 12 and B which went from 22-23 mm and lastly D witch remained at 20 mm the whole duration. ^p B: A way the student could of improved the experiment validity is by having more trials and having the plastic strips the same length.`
`-4124	2	I conclude that plastic type B has a stronger materials compared to the other types. ^p One way the students could have improved their experiment is by adding more trials, another way it would have been better is by saying how much weight was being used.`
`-4125	2	Plastic type B stretches the most. The students could have said how much heights they put on the plastics. They could of also mentioned the amount of time the weights were on the ruler they could of said now much tape to use.`
`-4126	2	Based on the students data, type D's length stayed the same in both trials. Also type B had the highest length, and type A the smallest. This lab could be improved by stating the purpose of the second trial. Also, since there are 2 trials, the lengths should be averaged. There also should have been a percise number of weights added.`
`-4127	2	In conclusion it seems that the plastic type B's outcome of amount stretched in mm was the highest against the other three.^p State what length you're excepting to keep them the same.^p Also for better results the students should have done a third trial to be on the safe side.`
`-4128	2	a) T2 the amount that was stretched in was more than the amount in T1. ^p b) The student could have estimated 2.`
`-4129	2	A= As the students where doing the right thing but they could have done it in more detail so we can now a little more. ^p B=The could have improved it by writing how many times they did it and record how long they did it for.`
`-4130	2	"In conclusion plastic type B proved to be the most strechable (after 5 mins)  reaching ti 22 \$ 23 mm stretched. Howevwr plastic type A proved to be the least stretchable after 5 mins reaching 10 mm in trial and 17 mm in trial 2. Plastic type B proved to be the second least strechable and 20 mm at both trials  and type C proved to be the second least strechable. After five minutes in trial 1 it was 14mm long and in trial two it was 13 mm long, ""A"" was the least stretchable while ""B"" was the most stretchable."`
`-4131	2	"The data table showed us that plastic type  ""B"" had stretched the most out of all other plastic type materials. This exiperement could have more trails and more in formation of their producerse."`
`-4132	2	(a) According to the student's data plastic B stretched the most with 22mm the first trial and 23mm the second trial.^p (b). The student should have specified how much the weights weighed and how many of them to put on the clamp.^p The student should have specified what they were measuring the length of the plastic types with.`
`-4133	2	The plastic type did have an effect on the amount stretched. As the plastic stretched from A to D the amount stretched in mm changed from 10 to 20 on the first trail and 12 to 20 on the second trial. I say plastic B stretched the best becaused it stretched the most at 22 and 23 mm the first and second trials. ^P The students expirement was not valid. They could of done more trials. They could of told us what type of plastic they used.`
`-4134	2	based on the experiment data, I can conclude that plastic B has the greatest stretchability by stretching 22 & 23 mm. the least stability plastic was A of only 10 & 12mm. ^p The students could have improved the experience by adding independent/ dependent variables, and completed 3 trials all with equal weights.`
`-4135	2	The plastics stretched a small amount in most in some stayed the same.^p He could of added more weights.^p Waited more times.`
`-4136	2	a) Plastic type B stretched the furthest, therefore it is the most flexible, stretchable or most likely thinnest of all four plastic types. Type B finished with 22mm in the first trial and 23 in the second trial. The least stretchable plastic type, type A finished with 10mm in the first trial and 12 in the second trial. ^p b) This student should've identified the length which all four plastic samples should be to ensure that each is given a fair trial. Also, the student should classify the size, shape and amount of materials used preferably. Each type of material should be identical in ensure accuracy.`
`-4137	2	So  in this lab I recorded four types  of plastic type bags. Also I recorded the amount stretched in the four types of bags. I did two tries each. Two things they could improve is their procedure list their data table. Also their results of the amount stretched.`
`-4138	2	a. The students data concludes that plastic type A is the strongest because it stretched the least in both trials. ^p b. The student could have made all the plastics the same starting length and added the same amount of weights each time.`
`-4139	2	a) based on the student's data I can conclud that plastic type A stretched the least at 10mm T1 and 10mm on T2. plastic type B stretched the most with 22mm on T1 and 23mm on T2. b) Two ways that the student could improve the experimental design are set a size a weight to put on the clamp.`
`-4140	2	a) Based on the student's data. Plastic type D was the one that stretched the most making it the most durable. For example, plastic A only stretched 10mm, while D stretched to 20mm. Also, the second trial was important because for plastic A.C, different amounts of length was recorded.^p b) One way to improve the experiment design is to tell how many weights are added to the clamps and how heavy they are. The students can then use these weights to test another trial which would make the design better. Because plastic D stretched the same amount in both trials, it'll be best to create a third trial for each plastic.`
`-4141	2	The conclusion that was made is that plastic type B stretched more in both trials compared to the othes 3 plastic types because plastic Type got 22 and 23 mm for both trials while the next best plastic type got 20mm for both trials. The student must include in the procedure the amount of weight to add for step 4. Also they should explain more for instance like what does the clamp do?`
`-4142	2	Based on the data I can conclude that plastic type B stretched the most out of any of the other plastics.^p Two ways that the student could have improved the design and /or validity of the results are by telling us what types of plastics). Second the student should have added a third part to the table, how much weight was being applied.`
`-4143	2	The plastic type (B) stretched out the more in both trials than the other types of plastic.^p One way they could improve their experiment was to tell us how much weight they used on the clamps.^p Another one is they could have written down the length of plastic before they started to see the difference.`
`-4144	2	There  wasn't much of a difference between (T1) and (T2). It only stretched like 2mm at most and sometimes is even just stayed the same. One way the student could have improved the experiment is by doing 1 more trial. Another way the student could have improved the experiment is by using several other materials not just plastic.`
`-4145	2	Based on the students data you can conclude that Plastic B stretched the farthest and Plastic A stretched the least. Two ways this student could have improved this experiment is by providing the start length of each plastic before the weights are added. Another thing they could do to improve this experiment is to include the weight that was added to the clamp for each plastic.`
`-4146	2	a. Based on the student's data, plastic type B was the most stretchable. ^p b. First, the students should have mentioned what type of plastic to use to replicate the experiment, and it seems they used the same pieces of plastic for each type on both trials, which could cause inaccuracies because the first trial may have stretched the plastic out too much for the second trial.`
`-4147	2	Based on the students data, my conclusion would be that T2 got more results than T1. Two ways that the students could have improved the experimental design by giving more results, and measurements.`
`-4148	2	a) Based on the data, the polymer plastic B is at the top of the list of stretchability at about 22.5 mm.^p (b) One way the student could have improved the validity of the trial could be to add one or two more trials. Also, he could have measured the spot were he put the type so thart each one started at the same spot.`
`-4149	2	Plastic type B stretched the most out of all of the plastics. However, type A is the strongest of all of the plastics because it stretched the least and was able to support the weights. ^p The student could have specified how much weight to add to each plastic to keep the trials constant. They also should have specified which samples they were using and the size of each sample to maintain consistency throughout trials. Both of these would help improve the validity of the data.`
`-4150	2	The conclusion of this experiment is that plastic type B stretched the most with 23 (mm) with trial. ^p 2. A way to improve this experiment is clarify what the plastics is tested for and if it needs to be stretchy or not stretchy. Also to use different amounts of weights to see what the main stretch is. Also a control in this experiment to compare to could help.`
`-4151	2	Based on the students data you can conclude that for the most part all four types of plastic had almost the same length at mm stretched to the two trials. ^p Two ways the student can improve the experiment is that they could say what the starting length for each plastic type would be or they could increase the amount of time the plastic hangs from the table by.`
`-4152	2	Well based on the student data plastic type B was the plastic that stretched the most on both trys. One way that student could the valdity of her expirment would to have a control. This way you have somthing to test the other results against.`
`-4153	2	Based on the conclusion plastic type B resulted in the most stretched T1-22, T2-23. concluding that 1/4 it was the most strongest.The students should have added a specific amount of weight to the clamps as the same and concluding the results on the plastic type lastly the student should have performed the second trial with different measurement.`
`-4154	2	Plastic type B was the most stretchable and A was the least. Want longer than 3 min when adding the weights. Add more weights.`
`-4155	2	The results seem pretty good. And I think that he could have done more data and more samples.`
`-4156	2	From the students data table, one can conclude that plastic type 'B' and 'D' are more elastic  / are able to stretch more than plastic types 'A' and 'C'. The students could have improved their experiment by specifying and controlling the amount of weight added to each clamp and mentionity and maintaining the beginning dimensions of the polymer that subjects  (including thickness.)`
`-4157	2	a) A conclusion that can be drawn from the students data can be that plastic type D has the most stretchability in both trials.^p b) Two ways the students could have improved the experiment design/validity of the results could be: (1) show each of the plastics original length before the trials. (2) If they did a 3rd trial with a longer time of heavier weights.`
`-4158	2	"From the graph shown I feel that plastic type ""B"" was more durable than the other plastic because at trial 1 it was the highest mm stretched and some for trial 2. ^P B. Two ways the student could have improved the design is to do more than just 2 trials. They could've also done it in different measurements."`
`-4159	2	A. I could conclude from this students experiment that plastic B, was the stretchiest. B. The student could have made their experiment more reliable by specifying the amount of weight and adding a control on even stating how far to put the piece of plastic over the table.`
`-4160	2	a) With the results provided, it is shown that plastic type B stretched the most with 22mm the first trial and 23mm the second, compared to plastic A this is about 11.5mm more stretchy. B) The students should have specified the weights amount that was to be added to the plastic. They should have also said how much of the plastic should be taped to the table, different amounts could affect the amount of weight it could hold.`
`-4161	2	In conclusson, plastic type D has the most stretchability. Two ways that students could improve the experiment is by having a control. They could also do more trials to receive a more acuret answer.`
`-4162	2	a) Plastic type B stretched the furthest in both trials. Therefore, it would most likely break faster than the others. Plastic type A stretched the least amount so, it would probably hold more before breaking. B) The students could have performed more trials. They could've also, use the same amount of weights each trial and for each plastic. It doesn't say how much weight they used, just to add weights.`
`-4163	2	a. In conclusion if I take a sample of a type of plastic and measure its length then add weight to it and wait 5 minutes to see how much it is now.^p b. Two ways the student could have improve the experimental design is to add more trials. Another thing they could of did was try is add more thing for the weights.`
`-4164	2	The students doing polymer lab can now know plastic type B had stretched the most and plastic type A had stretched the least. The second polymer had the greatest stretchability. Two ways they could have improved the design is taking the plastic over a cylindrical surface thats open and put weights on it to see if that affects it more. Also for better validity of their data they could've put how the plastic measured before and after instead of already skipping to the math part.`
`-4165	2	In the data tables there are four different kinds of plastic types and they had to be stretched by weights, within both trials there wasn't really a difference just that plastic type b had the longest trail. They could have told us what type of plastic wrap they used and they should have more trials.`
`-4166	2	a)My conclusion is that plastic type B had the most stretchability out of all the tested plastics. I came to this conclusion because as you see on the graph on T1 it reached 22 and T2 23 which was higher than all the other plastics tested.^p (b) They could have did more trials because the more they do, the more accurate there result are. Lastly, in the procedure when it says measure they should list the units they wanna use.`
`-4167	2	(a)1 Plastic 1 B stretched the most, so it would be best to carry heavier objects. ^p (b)1 Telling what kind of plastics they used were: ^p     2 Be more detailed by how long they stretched it for.`
`-4168	2	Overall plastic B stretched the most followed by plastic D, C, then A. This lab needs a lot of work for it to be valid. First the amount of weight needs to be recorded. Also the origional lengths of the 4 plastics need to be on the table because although plastic B is the longest in the end, it may have started at 20mm, but we don't know. Also they should do more trials.`
`-4169	2	What I can conclude from the groups results is that polymer B has the least amount of resistance  to stretching. I know this because, plastic type B stretched an average length of 22.5 mm, this is larger than the three other plastics. Also, plastic type A had the most resistance to stretching because it only stretched an average length of b11mm. There is two ways to add validity and impede the experimental design. One way is to add a control to the groups and second, to have specific measurements for the amount of weight being added.`
`-4170	2	The students could have improved the experiment design and validity of the results is add more weights to the clamp and take more time to change the data table.`
`-4171	2	Based on the students data, plastics B and D are the most stretchable because they stretched the most in trial 1. Plastic B stretched 22 mm and plastic D stretched 20 mm. ^p The student could have specified how heavy the weights should be on the plastics. Also the student must use plastic samples of the same lengths so the results have more validity.`
`-4172	2	What kind of plastic was it.`
`-4173	2	You can conclude that plastic B stretched the most, and plastic A stretched the least. One way the experiment could be improvd is making sure each plastic is the same length before the stretch. Another is to do the experiment for different time intervals, like five, ten, and fifteen minutes instead of just five minutes.`
`-4174	2	Based on the data, we can conclude that plastic type A is the strongest of the four. One way the student could have improved this experiment, would be to first measure a specific amount all of the plastic types. He could also specifically state the amount and heaviness of the weights & also make that a control.`
`-4175	2	A conclusion I can draw based on the students data is that plastic type A stretched the shortest amount and that plastic type D didn't stretch at all but stretched the longest out of thin four types. One way that this design could have been improved is if the plastic types could have been named and the procedure should have added now high the table was in order to make the experiment work better.`
`-4176	2	Plastic D it not even strectch. ^p B- include sofleg make is and start with the same mass for the plastic hags.`
`-4177	2	The student's data was very accurate and it showed the less trechs plastic as well as the stretchiest plastic type. In the end the students could have improved the experiment by adding more trials to the experiment. Also more weighes on the plastics to have more accurate ressults.`
`-4178	2	The students data is good the trial were coles in number. It seems that plastic type B was the streched with a lenth of 22 and 23 so the two trials helped the way. ^P I hes procedure he does not tell you what to meser in. He said to put a weight on the end but how much.`
`-4179	2	The conclusion of this investigation is that plastic type A is the most provable because it stretched the most out of the four types. The student could have improve this investigation by using all plastic types that were the same length. Also the student could have extended the stand time for trial 2.`
`-4180	2	a) The more weight that was added onto the plastic bag and one longer the weights were on the plastic bag, the more it had streched out. Out of all the plastic bags type D had the least amount of resistance to be streched, plastic bag type A had the most amount of resistance to be streched. ^P b) One way that the experiment could have been improved was the amount of weight could have been specified. A second way that the experiment could have been improved was more trials could have been conducted.`
`-4181	2	a) Plastic types A & C are the least stretchy, whereas plastic types B & D are the most stretchy.^p 1 b) Define the original length as the plastic, and keep it constant for all four plastics. 2b) Use different sizes weights for the trial to see if their is a difference in data.`
`-4182	2	A conclusion that be drawn from the data table is that the, plastic type B had the most weights although they could have improved their experiment by. Clamping are side to a table, which the other side was clamping something that held the weights they also could've included the bag type and lenghth and width.`
`-4183	2	a) In conclusion, plastic type B stretched more than plastic type A, C, & D. The purpose of this experiment was to test four different polymer plastics for stretchability. Data shows that plastic type c stretched more than plastic type A, but plastic B stretched more than all of the plastic types. The student could have improved their design by labeling the plastics by name and adding it to procedure.`
`-4184	2	a) Based on the recorded data, I am able to conclude that plastic B was a weak poly ethilen product in which it has the highest stretchability through out the experiment. ^p The group could deffinetly improve their design by having each sample of plastic at a constant length, therefor your results are more valid. Also the group could create intervals of time to show the results after 5, 10, or 15 minutes to see the fluctuation.`
`-4185	2	a) Based on the students data, I can conclude the B stretched the highest and A stretched the least. ^P b) The students could have told us how much the weights weighed. They also could have told us the original length of the plastic before stretching it.`
`-4186	2	The student should have made the procedure less.`
`-4187	2	a) I conclude that plastic B was the highest stretching plastic according to the graph it stretched 23mm, plastic A is the least stretchable plastic it stretched only 10mm in the first trial and 12mm in trial two. ^P b) This experiment could have been improved by having each plastic stort at the same length and have the same amount of weight put on each plastic. The chart should include the original starting lengths of each of the plastics and the ending length.`
`-4188	2	A.) Plastic type B stretched the most. ^p B.) They could have done multiple trials of each plastic.`
`-4189	2	a) Basically these students are trying to see which one of these bags are more durable than the other how much weight it can take. ^p b) The first way the students could have improved is that the could have measure the plastic and the second way they could have improve is to see how long they should leave it on before the bags break.`
`-4190	2	In conclusion the plastic material that was tested had a small amount of stretchability. In the experiment the plastic was strech at least 1mor millameter greater in the second trial versus the first trial also plastic type D was the only plastic that had no change within the two trials. Know two things I would change is first have the starting lengths of the plastic to see the difference from start to finish. Also specify how much weight you are laying on the end of the plastic.`
`-4191	2	In conclusion, the plastic type have more amout stretched that the other one in both trial. For example in the first one he had 22 and the second he had 23.`
`-4192	2	A conclusion drown based on the students' data would be plastic type B stretched the most. One way the students could have improved the validity of the results is to have each type of plastic start at the same length. The students could have improved their experiment by putting the same amount of weights on each plastic.`
`-4193	2	a) My conclusion is that plastic type  B is the most stretchable. ^p To make this experiment more exact like should have been more trial and their should also have a control test.`
`-4194	2	As shown in the data, most of the test subjects stretch by one, with so, this project was a success. ^p 1. He could have use more time on the weights. ^p 2. He could have use different weights.`
`-4195	2	a. Plastic B stretched the most at an avarage of 22.5 mm. ^p b. Add more trials. Explain how much waights are they using. How much of tape to use.`
`-4196	2	A) In conclusion it seems as though plastic type D was the weakest plastic being least, as it stretched 20mm in each trial. The strongest appears to be plastic A, which barely stretched; it was as an average of 11mm.^p b) One way that the student would've made this experiment was to make sure the weights they were using were kept constant, as this could easily affect how much the plastics stretched. A second way the student could've improved these experiment would be to add weights and the drop of the bottom at the same time, then immediately start taking so all the vinegar being used is both constant as well as the amount of time it's left hanging pf the plastic.`
`-4197	2	Plastic type B has the most stretchability and plastic type A stretched only 10 and 12 mm for each trial and plastic type B stretched 22 mm and 23 mm for each trial. ^p Two ways to improve this experiment. They probably should not use tape to hold the plastic on the table and they should try different amount of weights for different times.`
`-4198	2	The conclusion of the different plastics is that mostly all the stretched further in the second trial then the first trial.^p One was the student could have improved the experimental design is instead of using a  clamp, just use the weights. And a second way the student could have improved the experimental design measure all plastics before anything else.`
`-4199	2	Based on the data table I can conclude that plastic type A was a weaker or thinner plastic since it had stretched out the most. Also that plastic type D was strongest due to the fact that it didn't stretch at all. A validity issue is that plastic type C had shrunk in size when the test was to see it stretch.`
`-4200	2	a. The conclusion I came to is that plastic type D has the least strength there for it stretched the most. ^p The student could have specified how many weights to add into each clamp. The student also could've made each sample of plastic the same length so it would have been easier to measure and conclude how much the plastic stretched.`
`-4201	2	A.) That type B plastic is the strogest type of plastic they used in this investigation. It held the same while streching the most.^p B.) One way they could have improved there data is which way the plastic was held with or against which has a big import. Also they did not state how much weight.`
`-4202	2	3A) I would conclude that with basicly all the plastic that are being used in the experiment. They are all very close in the amount stretched when they are all the same plastic typed from T1 to T2. ^p 3b) And two way that a student could have improved the experiment was maybe having a T3 to see if it would change any of the data anything and keep the weights and clamps till it broke to really see how much it stretched.`
`-4203	2	My conclusion is that the numbers will go higher lowes and a way they can improve the trials is by putting more work in it, so it can be a good grade or data count.`
`-4204	2	My conclusion is that for each plastic type it had stretched almost the exact same amount for both trials such as type D which had 20 for both trials. The students could have improved the experimental design by being specific as to how many weights should be added. They also should have written how far the cup should be hanging and to record their data.`
`-4205	2	a. Based on the data, it can be concluded that plastic type B is the most stretchable. ^p b. The student should have improved the experimental design by being more specific and indicating how much weight was added to the clamp. Also, the student could have experimented further by also testing the length of the bag after a longer period of time like 10 minutes.`
`-4206	2	a) The table doesn't tell you much about how much they exactly stretched, the students only put what I assume the end length of the marble. Nothing can really be told with this information.^p (b) They should mention the types of plastics in the procedure because its not clear as to what materials they are referring to. Also they should have mentioned this in the table. On the table, the original lengths should have been recorded because otherwise you cannot tell how much it actually stretched.`
`-4207	2	a) It is clear that plastic D is the least elastic and that plastic A is the most elastic plastic. ^p b) To improve the validity of the results the student could have done a third trial. And could have specified what the length was at each weight.`
`-4208	2	a) In conclusion in the procedure it can be seen that plastic type A had the biggest difference in stretchability over the other polymer plastics.^p b) Two ways the student could have improved the experiment are in either add more weight to the plastics or to let the weight being off the plastics for more than five minutes.`
`-4209	2	"A. The conclusion that I drew is plastic type ""B"" was the best plastic for stretchability"". ^P B. One way the design could have been better is to tell the reader how much weight to add to the clamp. The results won't be as valid if one person adds a different amount of weight than another. ^P Another way the design could have been better is to tell the reader how much (in mm) of the bag should be taped to the table."`
`-4210	2	Based on the students data for each trial, the amount of plastic stretched, it would first rise, decreased, then rise again. ^P B.) 1.) For the experimental design, they could have explained how much do the weights weighed. ^P 2.) The student should've showed what type of plastic he used.`
`-4211	2	a) Plastic type B  is the plastic that stretched the most, plastic A was the one that stretched the least.^p b) The students can improve the experiment by adding another trial. Also we could have mentioned how much weight he put on the clamp.`
`-4212	2	Based on the students data all of the types of plastics managed to stay around the same amount of being stretched. ^p I, the students could have shown constants, 2.)The students could have explained how the experiment was done a little bit more.`
`-4213	2	Based on the students data I could conclude that the material that can stretch the most is plastic B. Thats because it was able to stretch 22mm the first trial and 23m  the second trial.^ (b)The students could have put the table what kind of plastics that were being used. In the procedure the students should have put how much the weight weighed.`
`-4214	2	(1) He could of used the same amount of weight. ^p (2) Use a different conteince.`
`-4215	2	The students data shows that plastic B stretched the most (22mm & 23 mm), however this may not be valid because you don't know if the length affecting this amount of stretching caused by the weights. The students can improve the results by using the same length for each plastic. Also, they can include how much weight to add to the drops in the procedure to improve the experimental design.`
`-4216	2	A)A conclusion based on the student's data is plastic type D had the same amount stretched for trial one and two, which was 20(mm).^p (b)Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design and the validity is by keeping the sample piece of the type of plastics the same. Also to use the same types of weights.`
`-4217	2	a. Based on the students data plastic A stretched 2mm, plastic B stretched 1mm, plastic C didn't stretched it got stretch by 1mm and plastic D didn't change at all. ^P b. Two ways that the students could have improved the experiment design and/or validity of the results is, first by making the procedures more clear. Second, to make it more accurate the amount of weight should be the same since you're not measuring that and plastics should of been made of the same type of material.`
`-4218	2	In the students experiment it is clear that polymer B is the most stretchable, than D, C, and last A. The students could use more trials, with these the experiment becomes more valid. The students also could have said the size of the plastics sample, since the size is in the final measurement, this could alter the results by a lot.`
`-4219	2	(a) Polymer based plastic D didnt stretch at all. Plastic A stretched the most. ^p (b) Run more trials to make sure you get the same or close results and let the weights sit on the plastic longer than five minutes to see if more time is givin will it strech more.`
`-4220	2	"A) Plastic type A and B have increased in length from the first trial to the second trial. While type C have decreased and type D have remained the same length. B) Two ways would have to be ) add a certain amount of weights to hang instead of saying, in step 4, add ""weights"". Anyone who is recreating this experiment would have different amounts. And 2) add more trials, adding will help other understant and read the data more clearly."`
`-4221	2	A) Based on the data, plastic type B is the most stretchy, at 22.5mm average.^p B) The student could have improved the experiment by specifying the amount of weight used and the location on the table to put the tape, in case it is moved by the weights.`
`-4222	2	A) B first the one plastic that's the stretchiest, while A is the least stretchiest C. ^P B) One way is by having a third trial to make shure, your data is corrected and by taking down how long the plastic was before you stretched it.`
`-4223	2	Plastic B stretched the most for both trials.On trial one it stretched 22mm, on trial 2 it stretched 23mm.The plastic that stretched the least has plastic A. On trial 1 it stretched on trial 2 stretched 12mm. A way the student could have improved this is to add more weight to each plastic. And also another was to improve it is to have the plastics start at the same length.`
`-4224	2	a) Based on the students data plastic type D is the constant and will always be ^p 20mm but B is stretchies. ^p b) Two ways the students could have improved this would have been to indentify the types of plastic and how much weight was being added.`
`-4225	2	In conclusion,the data shows that plastic. Type B has the best stretchability in this experiment. ^p The student could have improved the experiment by explaining what brand plastic he used for the experiment. He could have listed the materials be used in the experiment.`
`-4226	2	A. To conclude, based on the data plastic type B has the most stretchability. Plastic type B was able to stretch 22 and 23mm while the closest streched (plastic type A) stretched 20 and 20.^p B. The student could have improved the experiment by telling a specific amount of weight and by being specific on what type of plastics they are using.`
`-4227	2	b)The first would be to do second trial(t2) different then the first trial(t1) to be able to understand the difference of both experiment/ second would be to conduct a longer time setting to see how long it last.`
`-4228	2	"a) Based on the student's data I can tell that plastic type B has the highest stretchability i.e lasticity. This is because B had stretched to 22 mm in trial 1 and 23mm in trial2 which was more than other plastic types. b) One way the student could have taken each sample and measured  how long it originally was instead of only "" measuring the length of plastic types"" for "" three plastic samples"". Also, the student could have had a third trial instead of just trial 1 and trial 2, making the results more valid."`
`-4229	2	In plastic type A there was a two milimeter increase between T1 and T2. Plastic type B only increase by one in its two trials. Type C had a decrease of one in the trials and D showed no signs of change. Plastic A seems to be the most stretchable polymer. These students could have improved their experiments by keeping the clamp and the weights on the plastic, stretch it and then measure to test the durability of the polymer as well.`
`-4230	2	A conclusion based on the student's data is plastic type B stretched the most with a stretch of 23mm whereas all the other plastics stretched less than 20mm. Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design and/or validity of the results are to run more trials and in the instruction give a certain length or size of the plastic type because one plastic maybe stronger with more size giving you unaccurate results.`
`-4231	2	a) You can't really draw a conclusion because, the length of the material (before it was stretched) was not recorded. But the plastic with the biggest is plastic B and the least is plastc A.^p b) They could measure the plastic before stretching and determine how large the weights should be.`
`-4232	2	a) A good conclution for this would be that type be streched the furthest. ^P b) Two ways the students could have made this better would to have tested exactly what type of plastic to use and how long each peice should be.`
`-4233	2	a.) In conclusion, plastic type A and B increased two or one mm. Plastic type C decreased one mm. And lastly plastic. Type D stayed the same. So the only affected ones were plastic type A, B, and C. ^p b.) One way the student could improve was to have another trial. And a second way the student could improve was to add different weights.`
`-4234	2	The strongest plastic type was it because it stretched the most in both trials. The weakest was b because it stretched the most in both trials.  So two ways they could have been improved was stay long in a special place on the plastics and using the same clamps.`
`-4235	2	(A) Based on the data graph it is clear the polymer B is the most strecthable because in T1 it stretched 22 cm and in T2 it strectched 23cm, beating the other polymers. ^p (B) The two ways they could have bettered this project is by 1, add more trials to it and 2. They could have validated more by writing their hypothesis to their experiment.`
`-4236	2	My conclusion about this experiment is that T1 doesn't strech more than T2 and all types of plastic have more strech of equal than each other. Student could improve their result by making more steps to see what could happe for the next type of plastic if they stay the same lik plastic D or change.`
`-4237	2	A conclusion that can be drawn based on the data is that plastic B has the best stretchability because their average amount stretched was at least 2.5mm more than any of the other plastics. However, based on the procedure the data is not completely reliable. One way to make it more reliable would be to make the weights added to the clamp constant because otherwise more weight could stretch the plastic farther, creating more than one independent variable. Another way to improve the validity of the results would be to add a control, for example a clamp with no weights for each type of plastic, to ensure that the independent variable, the plastic type, is what affects the dependent variable, the amount the plastic stretches.`
`-4238	2	a) In conclusion putting the weights on each state, caused the plastic to stretch. It didn't stretch massively but it did make a difference. ^p b) One way the student could change it's experiment is by saying how much weight was on each state, or the student could have added the types of plastic samples.`
`-4239	2	(a) The conclusion that could be drawn from the data is that after vetting the plastic hang for 5 minutes, attatched to a clamp and weights, plastic B had the most stretchability. It stretched to 22mm in the first trial, and 23mm in the second. It was stretched 12 mm than plastic type A, the least stretchable plastic, in trial 2, and 11 more mm in the second trial. ^p (b) To improve the validity of the data, the student could have kept the starting length of the plastic constant, and the weight of the weights added to the clamp, keeping vairables constant will bring at more valid results.`
`-4240	2	Plastic type A had the least stretchability at an average of 11 mm while plastic type B stretched the most averaging at 22.5 mm. ^p The amount of weight added should be included in the procedure to make the test more valid. Preforming more trials will always make an experiment more valid in that could help here.`
`-4241	2	It was concluded that plastic type B stretched the most amount in both the second and first trial. The student could have improved the experiment by adding more trials and having a control variables.`
`-4242	2	Based on the student's data you can conclude that plastic type A has the most strechibility while plastic type C was the least amount stretched in the two trials while plastic type A's amount streched increased 2mm. Plastic type B's amount streched decreased 1mm two ways the student could have improved the experiment of design and/or validity of the results would be by adding weights and letting them hang for different periods of time and trying to strech them in different ways.`
`-4243	2	A) Depending on the type of plastic will determine how much it will stretch with the added weights on it.^P B) The students could have tried it more times and they could have other types of plastic as well`
`-4244	2	My conclusion are that plastic type B is the strechiest. It's the most durable and can hold the most height. ^P 1. Use the most durable tape you can find strong duet tape will probably be fine. ^P 2. Make sure all the plastic pieces are the same size and appropriate size.`
`-4245	2	I conclude that plastic B has the most stretchability. ^p B) All the plastics should have been the same length to begin with and make sure the same amount of weight is being put on the different types of plastics.`
`-4246	2	Type D is the stretchiest & most constant of the plastics tells how much weight to put on clamps, tell how long the samples was.`
`-4247	2	In conclusion, in trial2 the plastic stretched more than in trial .^p B) The students could of improved by indicating what kind of plastic and by allowing to let them hang longer.`
`-4248	2	Plastic type B has the best stretchability. Plastic type D was in 2nd place with 20 mm for both trials. Plastic type C had 14mm for trial 1 and 13mm for trial 2. Plastic type A was the second. So plastic type B, with 22mm fro trial 1 and 23 for trial 2, is the winner.^p The students could have said how much weight is in the test. Another improvement could be to have 2 people and stretch the plastic, since stretchability is being tested.`
`-4249	2	a) If plastic types are added weight to stretched the plastic B will stretch the farthest. This is supported by the data because in T1 and T2 it stretched the mos 22mm and 23mm ^p b)First they should have measured the in trial length so there is no confusing data.They also should have add more trials to improve the validity of the experiment.`
`-4250	2	a) According to the data, plastic A was the strongest because it stretched the least; it stretched 10mm the first time and 12mm the second time. Plastic C was the second strongest, followed by plastic D and then plastic B. ^p b) The student could have used the same weight or same amount of force on each bag. Also, the student could have used the same sized plastics for each plastic and each trial.`
`-4251	2	A) According to the students data, polymer B stretched the most. ^P B) The student should specify the exact amount of weight to be attached to the plastic. The student should also specify which direction the plastic should be stretched, horizontally or vertically, because the direction of the polymer chains affects the stretchiness of the plastic. For example, a plastic shopping bag tears easily from top to bottom but does not tear easily from side to side because the polymer chains are running top to bottom.`
`-4252	2	A. In conclusion plastic type B is the stretchiest plastic out of the 4 tested. Plastic type A is the least stretchiest plastic out of the 4 tested. ^p B. The student could've improved their experimental design by specifying the length of the plastics and by specifying how much the weights weighed.`
`-4253	2	In trial 2 plastic type A stretched 2more millimeters than in trial , and plastic type D did not have any change. ^p The student could have completed more trials. Also the student could have how many weights before breaking.`
`-4254	2	A) A conclusion is that plastic type B has stretched the farthest in both trial 1 reaching 22mm and in trial 2 reaching 23mm. The other 3 plastic types did not stretch as far as plastic B.^P B) The student could have improved the experiment by recording how long the plastics were before they were stretched and adding that data in the table. Also the student could have made sure each plastic was the same length and width before each of them were stretched. The student should have also listed the weight of the weights she used to stretch the plastic.`
`-4255	2	A conclusion that can be drawn from this experiment is that in both ones plastic type B has to stretch larger than my op the other three plastics. This data is not valid because there are many places within the experiment to increase the validity. The students could have recorded the starting length and ending length. Also they should have add the amount of weights a controlled variable and lost but not least the group should have had a third trial.`
`-4256	2	Plastic B is the easiliest streached plastic. ^p They could have done annother tryal with a different amount of weight. They could have tested more samples.`
`-4257	2	A. Based on the student's data the conclusion that can be drawn is that plastic, type B had the most stretchability.^p B. Two ways the students could have improved the experiment would be to include exactly what plastics were used. Also they could have added what step weights they used to stretch the plastics.`
`-4258	2	a) Based on the data ,I can assume that plastic B has the most stretchability because on both trials it stretched 21 and 23mm while the next closest only stretched 20mm.^p b) One way the student could here improved the experiment design is to start with the same length of each plastic without othey are constant .Also the student could have specified the amount of weight that was out on the clamp and the  student could also have made the amount of weight a constant.`
`-4259	2	In trial 1vs trial 2 there wasn't a tremendous difference in lengths. If anything happened at all the length rised about 10 12 millimeters. Sample A had the least amount of millimeters but changed the most, while sample D had the most amount of millimeters and didn't change at all. ^p 1 Use different sample of the same plastic for second trial. ^p 2 Make sure they are all coming from same temperature.`
`-4260	2	A)Plastic type B stretched more than any type in both of its trials. (B)The student could have made sure each plastic was the same size to begin with. Also the student could have added the premier measurement to the chart, so he/she could draw more accurate conclusions.`
`-4261	2	Draw a investigation is meatanese.`
`-4262	2	a) After recording the data, it is obvious that plastic type B can stretch the furthest and plastic type A stretches the least furthest. ^P b) One thing he could have done to improve his experiment was to list the weight as the weights because if there were different weights the entire experiment is forfeit. Another thing he could have done was to list the original length of plastic to see how much it actually stretched.`
`-4263	2	C. A conclusion based on the students data is that plastic B, C are the most resistant. ^p The students could improve the experiment by trying it a third time, and saying the amount of plastic use for all 4 plastic used. This is how the students can improve the experiment to have a more valid result.`
`-4264	2	Based on the students data, polymer plastic type B has the most stretchability. This is because the millimeters stretched on B trial 1 and 2 exeeded that of any other plastic (22mm & 23mm). The students could have included a third trial to increase the validity of the experiment. The student also could made sure each sample of plastic began at the same length. (control)`
`-4265	2	a) The A plastic stretched the most while plastic C shrunk an inch and D did not stretch at all. B stretched an inch concluding that A was the most stretchable plastic. ^p b) They could have said how long to cut the plastic types and how much weight should be put on the clamp.`
`-4266	2	Based on the information from the table, plastic type A has more stretchability than the rest. ^p The student could've tested longer because like I said before, time is a factor in determining things when testing. Also, the student should've added weights to the second trial.`
`-4267	2	I can conclude that plastic B streatchs out the most and plastic A streachs out the least. I know this because plastic B streatches 22 to 23, and plastic A streachs 10-12. Two was to improve this experiment is to tell what type of plastic, and to add four more trials.`
`-4268	2	Plastic B is a material that is the most flexible. ^p Two ways the student could have improved this experiment is having a control and measure all the plastics the same length when the experiment initiated. A control will allow the student to compare data & the constant will increase the data's validity.`
`-4269	2	A. The polymer material B was the best in stretchability. The polymer D was 3rd C was 2nd and A was the worst.^p B. 1. They could have gave the polymer more time to stretch instead of just 5 min. 2. They could have done test different polymers.`
`-4270	2	The plastics did not stretch as much in trial 2 (T2) as they did in trial 1 (T1).^p The student could've explained what we were looking for maybe with a hypothesis. They also could've identified the plastic types.`
`-4271	2	Based on the data shown in the table, I can conclued that plastic type D was to strech the most. Also that plastic type A streched the least. ^p The students could have improved the experimental design and/or validity of the results by doing more trials and by telling the types of plasic used for the experiment.`
`-4272	2	The needed more trails. Also could more infomation, and the most streched ploymer was 23.`
`-4273	2	It is a good experiment with nice ideas and it shows which plastic is most flexible. The first way to improve the test is to use different brand name plastics to test the difference. Neat you need to do 3 trials to see if the lab is valid.`
`-4274	2	Plastic type A is definately the streatchiest where as plastic type D is the least stretchy. The student could have improved his experiment in many ways. 2 of these ways include: letting the plastic stretch more. The students should have waited longer than 5 minutes. The other way he/she could have improved the experiment is by: having a greater variety of plastics. The student only tested 4 types of plastics when there are many more.`
`-4275	2	The plastic stretch out about the same they don't  have that much difference. The students could have kept adding weight to see how far the plastic would stretch. They should have gone deeper and actually figured out the exact difference.`
`-4276	2	The student's data clearly shows tat plastic B has the most stretchability. In that one it stretching to 22 mm, and in trial two it stretched to 23. Plastic D was a close second with 20 mm for  both trials. Plastic C stretched 14 mm the first trial and 13 the second. Finally plastic A stretched the least. It is obvious that plastic B was the stretchiest in Comparison to the others with 10 mm in the first trial and 12 in the second. To improve the experimental design of the students could make sure the pieces of plastic are the same length also they could use the same clamp and weights to ensure that the weigths added`
`-4277	2	Based on the student's data, it is clear that plastic type B is the most stretchy because it was able to stretch 22mm and 23mm. Plastic type A was the least stretchable because it was only stretched 10mm and 12mm. This is a difference of about 10mm. ^p The students should have specified the length of the plastics making it consistent for all the different types would ensure a valid experiment in which only one variable was tested. Also, they should have given a specific weight to be added to the clamp measure this you would have made the experiment more valid.`
`-4278	2	A) A conclusion that could wiads from the students data is that trial 1 and trial 2 both basically had the same number if it could be one higher or one lower. Also, the plastic type D is the most stretchable to both trials. ^p B) The student could have improved the experiment design or validity of the results by not only trying one experiment, testing it in four 1-10 trials. Also the student could have been more specific with the plastic types.`
`-4279	2	Based on the student's data I can conclude that plastic A stretched the farthest out of all the other types during the second trial. Another conclusion would be that plastic type D didn't stretch at all and stayed durable, which means it's the strongest, throughout the 1st and the 2nd trial. Two ways this experiment would be obtaining at minimum 3 trials to test its validity and the other would be to identify the type of plastic and more importantly start at the same length of each plastic to keep the validity of the experiment valid.`
`-4280	2	As you can see, plastic type A stretched the least and type B stretched the most. 2 ways the students could have improved the experiment design would be to tell whatt. They are doing with the plastic and do a third trial. The purpose of the experiment is unknown.`
`-4281	2	According to the students data we can now conclude that plastic B is the strechiest, Streching 22mm and 23mm on the second trial. But one way the students could have emproved their expeirement is with in the procedure they should make it cleat that you need to have two of the same types of plastic for both trials so your not using the same one. Another way it could be improved is to explain how mezy and how much weight is being used and specify that each plastic should use the same weight.`
`-4282	2	a. In conclusion, plastic B was the most stretchable out of the group of plastic because in trial 1, plastic B stretched 22mm and in trial 2, plastic B stretched 23mm. This compares to plastic A, that stretched 10mm on the first trial, and 12mm on the second trial, which was the least stretchable. ^p b) The students conducting this experiment could have named specific plastics instead of saying 'take a sample of plastic'. Also, the students could have taken measurements as the 5 minutes were passing. Multiple trials would have also helped prove the validity of this investigation.`
`-4283	2	a) Conclusion - plastic Type A stretched the least and plastic Type D the most. ^p 1. name type of plastic being used 2. what kind of weights are being used.`
`-4284	2	Based on the students data, plastic type B was the most flexible plastic A streches the least with an average growth of 11mm while in comparison, plastic B had an average strech of 22.5mm. ^p Two ways the students could improve the experiment design and be the validity of the experiment are, specify the a from of weight used and on another trial with heavier weights. This will further parsue the plan and make sure all data accurate. Another thing the student could do to enhance the validity of the experiment is to start out with the same amount of each platic, instead of measuring different lengths to start with.`
`-4285	2	In conclusion plastic type B had the best flexibility of 22-23mm amount stretched, while A had 10-12mm,C had 14-13mm,and D had 20-20mm stretched. So type B the best. Two ways improved their experiment is by using something other than a clamp, thats also add on weight ,and to show on their data table how much weight the stretch could withstand.`
`-4286	2	Based on the student's data, I can make a conclusion that plastic type B stretched the most. Two way to improve this experiment for better results is on have a control. They also can have more trials to make it more valid.`
`-4287	2	I can draw a conclusion that A had the best stretchability with T1=22 and T2=23. I am also conclude that plastic A had the best stretchability at T1=10, T2=12, what the student could have done to test her validity she could have had the amount of weight and she could have gives the names of the plastic.`
`-4288	2	They could of allowed the clamp to hang for 10 minutes. They could of put more weight on the clamp.`
`-4289	2	A) Based on the student's data plastic B was the plastic that stretched the longest in both trials because it went 22mm and plastic A only went 10mm. In trial 2 plastic B went 23mm and plastic D only went 20mm. ^p B) Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design are by telling us how much weight to put in the clamp and having the average of both trials.`
`-4290	2	Plastic type B stretched the most compared to the other plastics while plastic C did not stretch at all. The students could improve the experiment by listing the starting measures of each plastic and performing three trials instead of 2.`
`-4291	2	A conclusion I can make based on the student's poulded data is that plastic type B was able to be stretched the farthest. Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design and the validity of the results is you should try the experiment at different temperatures ( not stretches the plastic would cold compressed the items of the polymer) and list the weights they used (how heavy they were).`
`-4292	2	a)From this information I come to conclude plastic type B stretched the most out the four types. Plastic type D came next, then C, the A.^p (b)This student could made this lab better in two ways, they could have told us how much weight to put on the plastics, and they could have explained more how to measure it, with inches or milimeters.`
`-4293	2	A) In conclusion, plastic type B has the most stretchability with an average of 22.5 mm stretch, followed by plastic type D, averaging 20 mm, then plastic type C, averaging 13.5 mm, then the plastic with the lowest stretchability was plastic type A, averaging 11 mm of stretch. ^P B) The student could have improved the experiment design or validity of the results by including that all the plastic types were equally cut and measure. They could have also included to use the same amount of weights for each trial or experiment.`
`-4294	2	In conclusion the graph shown states that plastic (type B) streched the most compared to the rest of the types of plastic. ^P One way the student can improve this experiment would he to use the same weights for each type of plastic. Another way would be to cut the same size of plastic for each type and trial.`
`-4295	2	A)Plastic type D stretched the most .^p They could have done 3 trials instead of two. They could have told you the weight measurement.`
`-4296	2	"Plastic types A, B, C, and D all stretched out over 10 mm in the first trial. On the second trial plastic type ""C"" stretched out only 13mm less than trial one. ^p Constant amount of weight. They could have also improved it by more trials."`
`-4297	2	a. Based on the students data I can conclude that the plastic bag B and D are the least desirable bags because they stretched far when the warm and weight were added  plastic bags A and C where the most durable because they eld most stretch as far  when the weights were added. (b) One way the students could have improved the their design is by making all the bags length the same. The student also could have made the weights a specific number so that all the types of plastic had the same amount of weight pulling on it.`
`-4298	2	Based on the data I would say that plastic type B streached the most for both trials.^p The students didn't tell how big the weights were and they didn't have a control test.`
`-4299	2	a.) Based on the student's data,  plastic type B had the most stretchabilty, or was the stretchiest plastic.^p b.) The students could have used a control, for example a non plastic to compare the stretchabilty and to help make a better conclusion and analysts. The students could have used the same amount of weight for each plastic and each trial, so that they wouldn't use more and different plastics and to ensure the accuracy/validity of their data.`
`-4300	2	Plastic B was the strongest out of all four plastics. Two ways that the experiment could have been improved is to have more trials and specific measurements.`
`-4301	2	The student could have improved the experimental design and/or validity as the results and mave to decrease the differ as amount stretched an up from T1 to T2.`
`-4302	2	A) I can conclude that plastic A stretched the longest (2mm) and that plastic C did not stretch, but decreased in length from 14mm to 13mm (1mm). ^p B) Students could measure all the plastics aat the once and they could do something else.`
`-4303	2	The table shows that plastic type B stretched the most out of all of the plastic types. Plastic type B stretched 22mm in trial one and stretched 23mm in trial two. Plastic type D stretch 20mm in both trials, them plastic type C stretched 14mm in trial one and 13mm in trial two and plastic Type A stretched 10mm in trial one and 12mm in trial two. Two ways that the students could have improved their experiment design and/on validity of the results are that they could have used the exact same weights everytime and said what types pf plastic they used.`
`-4304	2	a) Plastics will stretch and bend when weight is being applied to one end causing the plastic to be changed. ^p b) The students could have listed the types of plastics being used and listed the original length.`
`-4305	2	A. The students data clearly shows that the more you data plastics A and B the longer they get but it is the opposite for C and D, they only get stronger.^p B. The students could have done 3, 4, or even 5 tests something can go wrong in 1 test, multiple tests would have shown more constant results. Lastly, a materials list should have been added to help a person prepare for the experiment.`
`-4306	2	A-A conclusion based on the student's data would be that plastic type B polymers with the most stretchability.^p B-Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design and/ or validity of the results would be one, change the hanging time from five minutes to two or three and two, add a third trial to make results more valid.`
`-4307	2	A- My conclusion is that if the student kept on stretching this plastic type it would probably snapon the 3rd time. ^p B- Two ways the student could have improved this experiment is by testing a third trial. Another way is the student could have put more weight on the plastic to see how the weight affected the plastic.`
`-4308	2	(A) Plastic type b is the most stretchable plastic of all the bags because it stretched 22mm (Trial 1) & 23 (trial 2) while the other plastics didn't stretch as much. ^p (B) The student could've improved the experimental design by stating how many weights to place on the plastic and how much each weight weighs. Also, they could've stated how much of the plastic should be taped onto the table and how much should hang freely.`
`-4309	2	a) The conclusion drawn from this student's data is that plastic B is the most stretchable because it was the one that remained firm for the longest time.^p b) Two ways the student could have improved his procedure are, he could have specified on how many weights to add to the clamp and how heavy they should be. He could also have specified if each plastic needed to be the same length.`
`-4310	2	(a)Plastic A with amount of stretchness was 10-13, and plastic C stretchness was 14-13 had the lowest stretchness. Plastic B and D with the stretchness around 20-23 were the highest ones with more stretchness. ^p (b) Two ways the students could improved the experimental design or validity of the results is by making more trials and making sure they measured the same amount of stretchiness correctly, to be secure.`
`-4311	2	Add the fist two togahtr and that how I do it?`
`-4312	2	1) Acording to the data, plastic B stretched the most, and with the exeption of D, the second trial tests only differed by 1 or 2 mm, from the first test. ^p 2) To have improved the experiment, the student could have stretched the plastics longer. The second time on used heavier weights during te second trial.`
`-4313	2	After the experiment was over we concluded that plastic type B has been stretched the furthest from the weights pulling it down. Plastic type D was the second most stretched plastic then after that was plastic type C, and finally plastic type A. ^p The students didn't show how long the plastic was before stretching it. So we didn't know if all bags were the said length to start out. Another improvement could've have been telling exactly how much weight was added to the end of the bags.`
`-4314	2	To end our experiment we calculated our data together. For plastic type A, for T1 we got 10 for T2 we got 12. For B we got T1 22 and T2 12. For C we got T1 14 and T2 13. Last for plastic type D T1 was 20 and T2 20. The students could of used less weight for step 4. The student also let the clamp hang longer with 10 more minutes.`
`-4315	2	i conclude that plastic B stretched the most. Its T1 was 22 and its T2 was 23 A,C,D their T1 and T2 was lower but D had 20 for T1 and T2. for validity the students could have done the weights for all the plastic together instead of doing it separate, they could have done three trials instead of 2 trials.`
`-4316	2	It appears that plastic type B stretched out the most and plastic type A stretched out the least. One way that the student could have improved their experiment would be to tell what kind of plastic to do. Also the student should have put how big the plastic was in the begining.`
`-4317	2	A.) A conclusion that can be drawn from the students data is plastic type B has more Strechability than the other ones. ^p Two ways a student could improve the experiment design could be add more trials the minimum is three, and also make sure the plastic are all the same size to begin with. Doing this could also increase the validity of the of the experiment and make it more accurate.`
`-4318	2	They could of added more weight and they could of let it hang for more than 5 min. The con clusion I have based on the student's data is that (T2) was more stretch out than (T1).`
`-4319	2	A conclusion for the graph could be what they did to get to the end of their experiment.^p B. One way the student could improve their self is by make there product better so the numbers stay higher instead of always decreasing. Another way is to make sure everything is all right.`
`-4320	2	A. The plastic polymer with the most stretchablity was plastic type B. this is because it stretched 22 and 23mm. B. Two ways the student could told you what type of plastics they were using and how much weight was applied to stretch out the plastics.`
`-4321	2	In the trials the plastic type B stretched the farthest so from this least it is the strongest. b The students could have improve their experiment by running 1 more trial for validity and a control to compare to.`
`-4322	2	A) For the most part all of the plastics changed in some way except for one type. ^p B) The student could have done the experiment more then just two times, to see how his/her answers might have verifed.`
`-4323	2	a) My conclusion on this experiment is plastic type A is the stronger because it stretched the least.^p b) 2 ways that could of improved the experiment are make the plastic the same size and use the same amount of weights.`
`-4324	2	a. Based on the data, I conclude that plastic type B Stretched the most during both trials. ^p b. Two ways the students could've improved their experiment was making the plastics all the same length before stretching them. Also, specify what types/size weighs because one person could put on a 1 pound weight and someone else could put on a 2 pound weight and get completely different results.`
`-4325	2	a) Based on the data type B stretched the most in both trials then any others. Type B had more elatistity and type A had the least elastisity. ^p b) This student could improve this experiment by recording the amount it stretched every 2 minutes. Also stating whether the same plastic used in T1 is used in T2.`
`-4326	2	Based on the students data the conclusion will be that plastic B works better than the others in the first trial plastic B had 22 mm and the second trial plastic B had 23 mm.^p Two ways the student would have improved the experimental design are to repeat the experiment. Another way is to add a control.`
`-4327	2	A) Plastic type B was the stretchest plastic type because in trial 1 it got 22 mm and it trial 2 it got 12 mm. ^p B) The student could have had the plastic types start at the same lengths and could have changed the experiment the which plastic is the most discrible.`
`-4328	2	A) In conclusion, plastic type B stretched the most, ending up at 22 and 23 mm, respectively.^p B) Two ways the student could've improved the design/validity of the results is including how much weight is put on the clamps, and also including the original size of plastic to begin with.`
`-4329	2	A) The conclusion I have drawn from the students data is that plastic B has the most flexibility and plastic A has the least.^p B) Two ways the student could have improved his/her data is by measuring each plastic before he/she stretched it out. The also could have.`
`-4330	2	b)The student could have improved by describing how many weights are used and how much they weighed.`
`-4331	2	I would say that plastic tape B has the most streachability, two ways the student could improve their designs would be to have a specific amount of weight so the expiriment is valid and they could add a third trial to make the expiriment more valid.`
`-4332	2	My conclusion to the experiment is that the best working plastics ar A &B because they stretched out the most the second time. The student could have run another trial and also added more weights to make sure it would really stretch.`
`-4333	2	(A) Overall, plastic type B had stretched the most. Plastic type B just stretched a little further. This means that plastic type B had the most resistence to the weights/clamps and this plastic would be the most durable to use B. One way to improve the design would be to measure all the plastics to the same length so the results come out more accurate. Another way could be to have weights all be the same weight so some plastic types don't have advantage over others.`
`-4334	2	a) The conclusion I drew from this experiment is that plastic D stretched the most. It stretched 20mm while plastic A only stretched 12 mm.^p b) The student could have replaced the samples before the second trial and made all of the sample the same length.`
`-4335	2	A. From the data you can conclude that the plastic type B stretched the furthest. ^p B. The the could have done more experiments and they could tell how much weight so start out with.`
`-4336	2	The students could have averaged the two lengths of each plastic to get only one number for each. They also should have done one more trail to make it reliable.`
`-4337	2	a.) The student's data shows that plastic type B had stretched the most out of the four types of polymer plastics. ^p b.) One way the students could've improved the design and/or validity of the results would be to make a third trial, seeing as some of the results were changed.  Another way would've been to tell the reader what weights to use and to make sure to use the same ones.`
`-4338	2	Based on the student's data T2 seems to be able to stretch just a little more compared to T1. Two ways to improve the experiment would be of course more trials and more valiability. The student could get different brands of plastic from grocery stores and test which is more stretchable.`
`-4339	2	-I think that the plastic types is going to be more danger because the student have add clamp to the bottom of the plastic types. not only that but what the student could have done is to make the plastic type hung for more than 5 minutes and they could ha`
`-4340	2	Based on the experiment, plastic type B was the stretchiest because it stretched the most from the weights placed in it. Two ways in which the students could have improved the experiment are specifying the number weights and how much they could weigh. If the students did not use the same amount of weights for each plastic then these plastic are invalid.`
`-4341	2	My conclusion to the students data is that the sample that was used wasn't the correct form of solution, and I think if they added make there experiment would've been successful.`
`-4342	2	a) I conclude that plastic B is more strechable because it has the most (higher) length which is 23 and two trials. ^p The student could have take a longer table and do all the plastic and attached the clamp in all of them while the one before was hanging for 5 mins.`
`-4343	2	Plastic type B stretched longer then all the other plastic types. B T1 was 22 and T2 was 23 is stretched the most weights in 5 minutes. They students could have improved their experiment by doing another trial like T3 and see which plastic type held the most weight.`
`-4344	2	a.The conclusion I drew form the student's data is that the plastic types A stretched out about the same each trial except for plastic type D which stayed the same ^p b. Two ways the students could have improved their experimental design or validized their results is by increasing the # of weights and or time of the trials. Also, another way that could have made their results more valid is by having more than just results more valid.`
`-4345	2	2) I can conclude that plastic B stretched the most amount out of all the other plastics. ^P b) The students could improve the experimental design by adding more trials and adding a control.`
`-4346	2	A) When we tested four different polymer plastics to see which ones increased in length after adding weights, the results read that plastic B increased the most by 22-23mm. The plastic that increased by 10-12mm. ^p B) One way the students could have improved their procedure was by specifying how much weight they added to the plastics. Another way to improve validity is to add a third trial to the experiment.`
`-4347	2	The conclusion I have drawn based on the students data is that plastics B and D are the best polymers because those were the two plastics that had stretched the farthest on both trials. ^p Two ways the students could improve their experiment would be to do even more trials. Also they would need to make sure that the free edge hanging from the plastics are the same length each time.`
`-4348	2	A) From the information of the graph I can conclude that plastic type B stretches the most for both trials the amount stretched was the highest. ^p 3b) Ways those students could improve there expirement, is by being more detailed in those procedure. Another way would be to perform more trials and even have another group recreate the experiment and compare notes.`
`-4349	2	Plastic B is the strongest with the length of 23. One why the student could improve their results is how much the weights weigh. Another way is how heavy was the clamp.`
`-4350	2	In conclusion based on the student's data, plastic type D had the same amount stretched 20mm. However, Plastic type A had 10mm the first trial and it stretched more to 12 on the second trial. Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design is by writing the types of plastic instead of type A,B,C and D. Another way the students could have improved is by adding a prediction to what they thought was going to happen.`
`-4351	2	According to the chart Trial 1 was more effective than trial 2. The student couldve improven the experimet by using different materials than plastic. Or do at least one more trial. (T3)`
`-4352	2	I conclude that plastic type B is the most stretchable, followed by type D, followed by type C, followed by type C, followed by type A. One way the experiment could be improved is by listing the starting/ending lengths of the strips and to make sure all of the plastic starts at the same size. Another way to improve is to perform more than 2 trials.`
`-4353	2	a. Plastic type A is the most stretchable and type d is not stretchable at all. ^p b. That student could of done more trials of each plastic type and done a control of each.`
`-4354	2	Based on the data plastic type B can be stretched more than the other plastics.^p 1. They could have said the type of plastic used. 2. They could have added the average stretch.`
`-4355	2	"Based upon the student's information "" by performing this experiment, plastic type B has stretched the most on average by 22.5 millimeters. Plastic type D come in 2nd with 20 mm. Type C in 3rd with 13.5 and type A in just with 11. ^p Two ways that the student could have improved his experiment is by first allowing a length every plane of tape should be before starting. The student could also provided a number of weights or amount of weight applied to are placed of type, all of which should have the same amount."`
`-4356	2	a) The conclusion based from the student data would be the more weights added to the plastic types the more likely it would be for the plastic to stretch. ^p b) The student could improve the experiment design by adding specifically how much the weights weigh. Another improvement would be to do more trials.`
`-4357	2	Based on the data found by the students in the polymer investigation plastic B had the most tensile strength or could stretch the most tensile plastic A had the least tensile strength. ^p The student could have improved the experiment by performing 3 or more trials for validity. Also the student could have included the weight of each weight that was stretching the plastic.`
`-4358	2	a) My conclusion is that plastic type B stretched the farthest and plastic type A is thicker because it didn't stretch as much.^p B) The student should have only did 3 trials and they should have told us what kind of plastic was used for the experiment.`
`-4359	2	3. a) According to the results, plastic type A is the strongest because it stretched the least (in mm is the first trial and 12 mm in the second ). Plastic type B is the weakest out of the four because it stretched the most(22mm in the first trial and 23mm in the second). b) These are ways the student could have made their experiment better.1) Take all plastic samples with the same length. 2) Add weights into the clamp until the plastic stretches out to its full potential rather than ileting it hang for five minutes. 3) Do a third trial.`
`-4360	2	In conclusion, the plastics were expirimented and plastic that had the potential to strech most was plastic B which results were 22mm in T1 and 23mm in T2. The one that least stretched was plastic A with 10mm in T1 and 12mm in T2. All the other plastics results that were tested were in between.`
`-4361	2	It seemed as if the plastic stretched further or stayed the same in these trials. Type A stretched from 10mm to 12mm. Type B 22mm to 23mm. Type C 14mm to 13mm, and type D 20mm to 20mm. ^p B) The student should have been more specific with their table. the student also could have stated his validity better in or while doing his experiment.`
`-4362	2	a) According to the data it can be inferred that plastic B's polymer plastic stretches the most compared to the other plastics. It can also be concluded that the data is prease due to the closeness of the number from the 1st trial to the 2nd trial.^P b.) The student could improve the experimeat by having the amount of plastic used a constant. This allows the student to have only one independent variable. (The type of plastic). They can also explain that the weights most be the same weight for plastic, so the data is not effected.`
`-4363	2	a) B stretched out the most because it stretched out, a total of 45(mm) A 22, C27 and D 40. B) One way to improve the lab is instead of two trials do three. Find waay is have a control grone.`
`-4364	2	Two ways that the student could have improved his experiment is by adding materials and also doing the experiment again.`
`-4365	2	A) I can conclude that the plastic type B stretched the most. It stretched 22mm in the first trial and 23mm in the second trial.^p B) One way this experiment could be improved is by adding more trials. Another way that this experiment could,by improved is by telling or starting how long was each plastic type before stretching it.`
`-4366	2	A. Based off of the data table plastic B had the greatest stretch with 23mm while plastic A had the least with 10mm estretch.^p B Two ways the students could have improved the experiment was to have more trials and also have a control`
`-4367	2	a)Polyme B has the most stretchability, whilepolyme A has the least stretchability.^p (b)The students should have included the measurements of the initial and final lengths the plastics samples. They also should've recorded the amount of weight they used.`
`-4368	2	Based on the students data I concluded that Plastic type B was most stretchable and A was the least stretchy. To improve the validity at this experiment they could have included the starting length, how much the weights weighed ad also could of condicted a third or more trials.`
`-4369	2	The student showed that some plastics could be stretched by weights.`
`-4370	2	a) One conclusion that I determined according to the data was that plastic type B stretched the most overall in both trial 1 and 2. Another conclusion one could draw is that when conducting the experiment on plastics type D, it was probably the most reliable and had many controls, because the amount stretched (mm) stayed exactly the same. ^p b) One way the student have improved the experiment design was by measuring the same side of bag for A,B,C,D( in# 1) Another could be to add equal weights (#4) to each type of bag.`
`-4371	2	Based on the students data the polymer plastics all had had different weights because all stretched out differently. To better the experiment the lab needs to include the stretching measurement so there can be data to compare before & after. Another thing would to for all plastics is store on the same length. This data is neccary to make just numbers on a graph to data.`
`-4372	2	In T1 and T2 B stretched out the most durring the 5 minutes.^p The student could improve his experiment by doing an extra trial for a more valid result. As well the student could have stated in the experimental design the weights heavieness.`
`-4373	2	A) Based on the the data given to us in the answer banklet plastic type B stretched out the most compared to all the other plastic types in both trials. ^p B) The student could have improved the experiment by adding more trials which would of made the experiment more accurate another way would be specifying how much the weight and clamp actually weighed.`
`-4374	2	A) Plastic type B 's polymer has the most stretchability as shown in both trials and the polymer type in B is similar to the polymer in D due to the fact that their results are closest. Polymer in A is not very strecher nor is the one in C. ^P B) Ways to improve both the design and validity include using something strongest than tape to hold up the plastic and weight, also using a timer to improve valibility.`
`-4375	2	A) According to the results of the students plastic B was stretched out the most. For plastic A the results are 10 mm for T1 and 12 mm for T2. For plastic B the results are 22 mm for T1 and 23 for T2. Plastic C the results are 14 mm for T1 and 13 mm for T2. Lastly for plastic D the results are 20 mm for T1 and 20 mm for T2. B) One way the students could have improved their experiment was they could have done more trials with the different types of plastic. Another way they could have improved was to show how many weights they used and what kind of plastic they used so we could see the effect they had according to the type.`
`-4376	2	a. The student bottles have stretched more during was first atempt and plastic B was stretched the most during both.^p b. The student could have improved his experiment by using 2 bottles to tape and not dorpping the other two bottles.`
`-4377	2	two ways the students could have improved the experimental design is they could of did a little more and took there time to make things good and do there best.`
`-4378	2	Upon the completion of the experiment, it was concluded that plastic type B stretched the most. Plastic B stretched on aver age 22 mm, while Plastic A stretched an average 11mm, plastic C stretched an average 13.5 mm, and plastic D stretched an average 20mm. Two ways that the group could have improved their experiment would be to include how big the clamp is and to include how much weight is being added to the clamp.`
`-4379	2	Based on the students data i have come to the conclusion that plastic D is the most reliable polymer because it stretches the most. By giving the measurement of plastic used for each trial the student could have improved the experiment design. Also, by writing the amount of weights they use, the students could have improved his experiment design.`
`-4380	2	A) Based on the student's data, plastic B is the most stretchy. ^p B) Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design would be to state how much weight to add to the clamp, and to do 3 trials with an average instead of just two with no average.`
`-4381	2	A.) Plastic a and b stretched more from trail one to to trail 2. (Plastic C went down one and D stayed the same. B.) Two ways the students could have, improve the experimental design or validity of the results is they could have have done another trail for each plastic. Also they could have made sure all of the plastic were the same length to start off with.`
`-4382	2	Based on the students trials, plastic type B was the best one because it allowed the most stretching. In its first test it scored the highest of 22mm, and then in test 2 scored 23 mm, also the highest. Plastic type B will stretch the most if weights was put on it and for 5 minutes. 6P (A) The student could have improved this lab by adding specific measurements to certain steps such as how much weight should be added in step 4. (B) The student could have also improved rethis lab by making each plastic the same length. In step 1 to just said to measure it, not to cut it to a certain length. If you make each one the same length the results will all be accurate.`
`-4383	2	Plastic type A stretched longer the second that, so did plastic type B. Plastic type D stretched the same both trials. The student could of named the types of plastic or test it more than two times.`
`-4384	2	A) The stretchability for the four different types of polymer plastics. The calculations for trial one and trial two we almost the same. For example plastic type A on trial one it was 10 and trial 2 it was 12 then on plastic type D for both trials it was 20. ^p The two ways they could have improved it was by putting weights in and making it heavier and the other one is you can also bring the plastic bags apart trying to rip them.`
`-4385	2	The conclusion in this experiment is that plastic type B is the most stretchability. When the students added the weight to the plastic and it stretched out to do the longest in both trials. Trial 1 it was 22mm and in trial 2 it was 23mm. 2 was that the students would of improved this experiment is to perform more trials to receive the most accurate answer, and they could of had control and see how the plastics stretch with no weight on them.`
`-4386	2	Based on the students data, Plastic Type B stretched the most. In the first trial it stretched 22 mm and in the second trail it stretched 23 mm. The second most trial pliable material stretched 20 mm. The student could have improved the design by using samples that were exactly the same length. Also, he/she could have stated how much weight they were using to stretch the material.`
`-4387	2	Based on the data I can conclude they plastic B and D are the most flexible, to improve the experiment students could have cut all the samples to the same length and they could have preformed more trials.`
`-4388	2	"A)Plastic type B had the best stretchability while A had the worst. Type B stretched an average of 7.3 units longer in T1 And 8 units in T3.^p (B)In their procedure they could've put measuring units (be ""inches, millimeters, etc) that they used. they could've specified the amount of weight they were using in step #4."`
`-4389	2	According to this student's data, plastic type B is the most stretchable of the types tried. Both trials you did and start do'n saying that it was stretched further than the other 3 samples, which the data keeps accurately valid. The experiment design was poor. One way this student could have improved their design is to have been more specific in measurements, the size of the plastic samples, how much hangs, are the tight, etc. Another way to improve the validity of their results is to perform more than just 2 trials.`
`-4390	2	The data that the student got is corrupted. The reason I say this is because he/she should have wrote on the data table the starting measure of each bag. He/she could have also used the same amount of weight written it on the procedures to get more accurate results. Another way that the student could have improved would be doing another trial to make that the results are accurate.`
`-4391	2	In conclusion to the data gathered by the students I have come to the conclusion that the polymer plastic type A has streched the least therefore making it the most stable. And that polymer plastic type B was the least to strech the most therefore being the least stable. The students could have increased the validity of there results by adding more variables such as amount of weight applies. As well as adding even more trials.`
`-4392	2	a) It can be concluded that plastic type B stretched the most, and plastic type A, the least. ^p b) The student could have improved the experiment by using plastics that were all the same length and mass. For example, if B was a sample of plastic 1100 decametres long, of course it would stretch farther than the rest. Also, another problem going off of that is that the mass of the weights should remain consistent. Secondly, to make elasticity certain more trials from different students should be done, to make sure that the results are valid.`
`-4393	2	A) According to the data table testing the stretchability on 4 different polymer plastics, plastic B is the stretchiest because it stretched 22-23mm. The other types of plastics didn't stretch this much. ^P B) One way this experimental design could be improved is to say the 4 different kinds of plastics used. Another way this can be improved is to tell us how much weight to add to the clamp when stretching the plastic.`
`-4394	2	To inquire hi experiment be could of said how much weight he added the the plastic bags. Each one was to have the same amount of weight. Second he should or had same type of measure ment on how long the bags where befor he did the experiment, then show how long they got.`
`-4395	2	A) Based on the students data I can conclude that plastic is worked the best for both trials with 22 mm for that I and 23mm for trial 2. Plastic D not 20mm for both trials. Plastic C with 14mm and 13mm and the least stretchy was plastic A with 10mm and 12mm. B) Two ways they could have improved was to name the polymers such as BP. They also could have said how much the clamps and the weights weighed.`
`-4396	2	a) Polymers C appears to have the greatest amount of streach ability. ^p b) The student could have added a control and performed more trials.`
`-4397	2	(A) The student found the two stretched plastics to be B and D. They both have over 20 mm in both trials and performed much better than the two other trials. ^p (B) The student could have improved his procedure of experiment by giving a hypothesis of just which plastic they thought would be the stretchiest. After that they needed as if there hypothesis was correct and if not explain why it wasn't.`
`-4398	2	a) A  conclusion based on the student's data would be that plastic type A would be the stretchiest plastic because it stretched the most at two mm, while type B and C stretched one mm, and type D didn't stretch at all.^p b.) Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design would be to record the measure of plastic before stretching on the data table, and also to add more trials.`
`-4399	2	Plastic B is the most stretchy. ^p The student should have made sure all of the plastics were the same length before preforming the experiment. If all the plastics are different lengths we have no way of knowing if they stretched because of the length or because of the type of plastic. He or she should also have indicated the weight attached to the clamp. Otherwise the experiment cannot be repeated but repetition is an essential part of validity.`
`-4400	2	(a) Plastic B stretched the longest in trial 2 23 mm and plastic D being the second longest and A having the shortest amount stretched. ^p (B)  The student could have had the clamps hang a longer time rather than just 5 minutes and they could of had a third trial because some plastic stretched longer the second time round.`
`-4401	2	Based on the students data there really wasnt any difference in the animals stretched. The students could have put more weights on they even could have extends the time hanging to improve the experiment design and / or validing of the results.`
`-4402	2	A conclusion can be that plastic types B and D are more strecthable than plastic types A and C. One way they could have improved is by adding the plastics' original length in the graph to help show that they did strecth. Another way is to have include the weight of the weights so that it can be duplicated if needed.`
`-4403	2	A. Plastic A stretched 2mm, plastic B stretched 1mm, plastic C stretch 1mm and plastic D didn't stretch. ^p B. The student could have done this over distinct results . The student could have also checked his work more frequently to see exactly how long it took for each of the pieces of plastic to lower.`
`-4404	2	a. As you can see, plastic B could stretch longer than any plastic. Plastic D had similar results for both trials. Plastic A was the only plastic that was able to not stretch that far.^p b. What this student should do to improve his experiment is to run more trials and to add what he is comparing to.`
`-4405	2	Based on the information provided from the experiment, I conclude that plastic B has the most stretchability (22mm, 23m) and plastic A is the least stretchability (10mm, 12mm). Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design and validity of their lab was to cut the same length of each plastic prior to testing stretchability and to specify the amount and mass at the weights to added.`
`-4406	2	My conclusion is that the plastic that can stretch more is plastic B because it has the longest accounted stretched in mm, and other plastics do not stretch longer than plastic B.^p Two ways the student could have improved is by putting one set of weights in T1 and another st of weights in T2. Also they could have improved by letting it hang for more time to see if they can resist.`
`-4407	2	a) From this data, it can be concluded that plastic B is the most flexible and plastic A is the least. ^p b) The student needs to perform at least 3 trials with each plastic for it to be valid also, the student set a length at which plastic should initially be. This will improve validity as well.`
`-4408	2	My conclusion is that the type of plastics similar to strength because none of them had a huge difference, but type B and D are closer to farthest one is 23, the other 22 is now A and C are closer one is 12 the other 13. And type D stayed the same during both trials. Plus a way to improve this experiment would be have more trials because there wasn't that many data to compare and the ones they had wasn't relly of a difference.`
`-4409	2	a) Based on the students data plastic type B streched the most out of any other type of plastic. b) To improve the experiment the students could have increased the amount of time they would allow the pieces to strech further and another plastic could end up streching further, all the plastic may have needed was more time. To improve the validity of the results the students should have included the plastics orginal length in the table.`
`-4410	2	a) As you guys can see the sample of plastic B was the most strechable plastic out of all of them, the plastic B streched the most in both trials.^p b) 1 ways that the student could of changed the experiment by labeling the plastics that he used. 2 He also could of changed the weight of the clamp.3) He could of also added another try to make sure that witch is the most strechable plastic.`
`-4411	2	Based upon the data plastic type B, stretches the most. The student could have had a designated amount of weight for adding to the clamps. The student also should have put step 7 before step 6 to make, things go along more smoothly.`
`-4412	2	A) a conclusion of this experiment is type B stretched the most, it Stretched an average of 22.5mm, this was greater then type D with an Average of 20mmtpe C with 13.5mm and lastly A with 11mm. ^p B) Two ways the student could have improved their experiment design/validity is specify if the same amount of weight is being added and have 3trials to make sure numbers are accurate.`
`-4413	2	Plastic type B held 22mm on the first trial and 23mm on the second trial. So plastic type B held the most mm in both trials. The only plastic close to it was plastic type D which had 20mm in trail 1 and 20mm in trial 2. Since plastic type B held B held more in both trials, then plastic type B is the can hold the most. The way the students could have improved their experiment is by having more trials. This would have improved the validity of their results. Another way is by making it longer than 5 minutes to let the plastics hang, because it might leave longer stretch much.`
`-4414	2	A) It seems like plastic B has the most stretch ability because it stretched 22 mm in T1 and 23 T2. ^p B) To improve the experimental assign the students could have kept the amount of weight they carried to the bag constant and they could have kept the weights for another five minutes and measured it again afterwards.`
`-4415	2	In the second trail two plastics, A and B, stretched out more unlike 2 and B, C stretched less the second time while D stayed the same. One way the student could have improved his experiment is by doing it a third time to see which of the highest two were right. A second would be showing the length of the plastics when the student first started.`
`-4416	2	A) A conclusion based on the students data is that plastic type A is the strongest because T1 only stretched 10mm and T2 only stretched 12mm. ^p B) Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design is by naming the types of plastics that a used and by adding a control to the experimental design.`
`-4417	2	A) A conclusion that can be drawn from this experiment is that A was the weakest and C was the most ourable are ^p B) one wagt that it can be improved is to explain how C was unstretched. Another way for improvement was have more trials to see what happens to each of the plastics.`
`-4418	2	A) My conclusion for this experiment is that Trial 2 is going to get the most stretchability  for the plastic type. ^p B) The plastic sample doesn't have to hang freely down the side of a table and before  you perform the second trial just like the first, add on additional 5-10 minutes to the procedure.`
`-4419	2	In this expierement we have learned that all bags tend to stretch when carrying weights. In this expierement, plastic type A proved to be the least stretchiest while plastic type  proved to be stretched the most. ^P The students could have said how many weights to be add or how heavy they total up to be. ^P The students could have also said what type of plastics they used so we can test it our selves.`
`-4420	2	Based on the students data the conclusion that plastic B has the most stretchability because it has the highest length in millimeters after the experiment. Two things the students could have done to improve the experimental design and validity of the results would be holding the variables more controll. For example set the length of each plastic next if they had a set amount of weight, the results would have come out more valid.`
`-4421	2	The students had 4 types of plastic A, B, C, D. They wanted to see which one would stretch the most. They held 2 trials and B came out to be the stretches ist out of them all with a 22, 23 mm`
`-4422	2	Based off of the data, plastic type D had the longest stretchability while plastic type A had the least. Two ways the students could have improved their experiment would be better perform more trials, or make sure that the weight applied to each plastic was the same.`
`-4423	2	A - In the second trial plastic type A and B both had more mm but plastic type C in the first trial there was more and with plastic type D it was the same  for both trials.B-They could repeat trials, and use more different type of plastics.`
`-4424	2	a.) The order of plastics, from most to least stretchy, is B, D, C then A, where A is the stretchiest and B the least. The overall stretchings of the plastics remained mostly the same from T2 to T2. ^p b.) Taping the plastic a specific distance in from the table edge and adding identical and specified amounts of weight to each plastic would improve the validity, especially when working with such small length chances.`
`-4425	2	a) Based on the students data the plastic don't stretches a lot much type 1 and type 2 are almost the same and dont have a much difference.^p b)`
`-4426	2	A) Based on the data, plastic B stretched the most out of the four plastics. ^p B) One way to improve the experiment is to specify how much the weights weigh (4). Another way is to set a specific length pf plastic, not just any measure the length (1).`
`-4427	2	A. Based on the resluts, plastic type b was the best with the longest (mm) stretched in both trials, 22,23. Then type d with 20mm in both trials then c with 14mm, 13mm. Finally type A with 10mm, 12mm. ^p B. Two ways that the students could improve their validity are 1. do more trials and 2. use more types of plastics.`
`-4428	2	a.) Based on the students data from this experiment, plastic type B had the greatest stretchability out of all four plastics. ^p To be more accurate with the validity of their results would be to make sure the length of all the samples in both trials were equal for all types. Another way to improve i he experiment would be to increase the weights in the second trial by  doubling them, and then sampling the data from the two trials.`
`-4429	2	a) Plastic B can stretch the longest where as Plastic A can not stretch as far. ^p  b) One way to improve the experiment would be to specify a specific number and type of weights that are being added and to keep it constant. Also, another few trials would prove its validity because there could be human errors, and more trials would lead to more accurate data.`
`-4430	2	Based on the experiment, the best plastic based on stretchability would be plastic B. It stretched 22 and 23 mm, which is the most out of all the plastics. Plastic D would also be good, stretching 20 mm, plastic A and C were not so good stretching 10, 12 and it 13 respectively. One way the students could improve their experiment is to add a third trial (B). This would allow for better results because its experiment is being done 3 trials and an average could be made. Another improvement would be to add different weights to see how far each plastic will stretch.`
`-4431	2	1) The most stretchable plastic with the most tensile strength, is plastic D, because during both trials it stretched further than all the other plastics.^p 2) a) They could have formulated a hypothesis so that their experiment would have become more guided.b)They could have made sure that each plastic (before stretching) was the same length.`
`-4432	2	A) Based on the students data, my conclusion to this is that plastic type D would be the most stretchable, because for both trials, the mm of the length was still the same. ^p B) Two ways the students could have improved the experiment was by telling the differences of the two trials, and also did a different polymer plastic have an effect on how it would stretch.`
`-4433	2	a) This experiment on polymers turned out to work perfectly without any weird results. For example in this experiment plastic/ polymer B performed the best because in trial one it stretched about 22mm and in trial two it increased flexibility by stretching 23mm. While on the other hand plastic /polymer A experiment the worst because in trial one it only stretched about 4mm and in trial two it only increased its flexibility to 12mm. ^p B)Two ways that those students could have improved this experiment is  by naming the plastic in which they tested and also they should have measured how heavy the weights are to get a more set on judgement , more trials, more attempts & more accurate results.`
`-4434	2	Based on the data plastic A had the most significant growth in Amount streched with streching 2 mm faster than it's original trial therefore this polymer has the most streachability. ^p The student could of had an control, also same amount of weights, and did more trials.`
`-4435	2	The conclusion based on the student's data is that plastic type B is able to stretch the farthest with 22m in the first trial and 23mm in the second trial. Two ways the student could have improved the experiment would to make sure that the amount of tape they put on the plastic was equal and how far they taped the plastic on the table.`
`-4436	2	The student could have improved the experiment design and validity of the results. They could have done so, by giving a measurement of how far the plastic will hang off from the table. Having the plasics at different lengths hanging from the table will cause error. Also she could say how heavy of weights will be hanging, and for how long. All of these factors affected the experiment.`
`-4437	2	This experiment concluded that plastic type A is the least stretchable land plastic type B the most stretchable. Plastic C is also not that stretchable and D is stretchable. One way to add validity to the results is to make sure all of the weights are the same weight. Also that the original plastics are all the same length.`
`-4438	2	My conclusion is that plastic type B was the plastic that streched the most. Also in trial two (T2) all the plastic streched more except for plastic type C. The student could have improved by making his hypothesis clearer. He also could of given us the names of the plastics.`
`-4439	2	Plastic type B was stretched out the most. The students could have improved the experimental design by calculating the two trials and making the total amount the plastics were stretched. They also could have put down the length of the plastic befor they started streching.`
`-4440	2	Based on the student's data, plastic type B stretched the most out of all the polymer plastic. The students could have improved the experiment by testing more specific in their procedure. The length of the tapes should be the same for all the plastics as it was not mentioned. The weight of the weights was not given as it does affect the result in the amount stretched. The student could have also mentioned the name of the polymers to make the data table more specific and the experiment more useful to others.`
`-4441	2	a. Plastic type B stretched the farthest . Even though A C and D did not have very different results, B stretched the most. Also plastic D remained constant both trials. ^p B) One way the student could have improved was to make more trials. Two trials can not give the best results. Also, they could have lengthened the time and put heavier weights on the clamps.`
`-4442	2	A) The results that were given showed that type A was the least stretchiest type C had the second least stretch, type D was the second stretchiest and finally type D could stretch the most. ^p The student could have improved this experiment is by showing how long they stretched the plastic till it broke, and add a control to the experiment so they could compare the results to a regular stretched plastic.`
`-4443	2	A) The conclusion of this experiment is that polymer B has the most stretchability, while polymer A is the least stretchable. ^p B) The students could have improved there experiment version by stating the amount of weight used to stretch each polymer so if further study is needed the experiment can be replicated and to add more trials to confirm the data.`
`-4444	2	a) Plastic B has the greakest amant of stretchability, surpassing the next stretchiest by 2-3 mm. ^p b) The students, in order to improve validity, must record the length of each sample prior to stretching, to observe change. Also, they should acknowledge the amount of weight used to stretch the plastics, and never change it.`
`-4445	2	"a) The conclusion I'd draw from the student's data would be that plastic type ""B"" was the stretchiest. ^p b) To improve his experimental design, the student could've specified how heavy the weights could be so that anyone replicating his work would know. To improve his results validity, he could have done more than 2 trials-the more trials he did, the more valid his results would be."`
`-4446	2	(a) Plastic type A stretched the least and is therefore the most durable of the 4 types. ^p (b) The students could improve the experimental design by determining a consistent starting area for all of plastics, and they could improve the validity by doing more trials.`
`-4447	2	This student's data proves that plastic D had the greatest stretchability. stretching, 20 mm after 5 minutes. The least stretchable type of plastic was plastic A which only stretched 10mm in the first trial and 12 mm in the second. A way the student could have improved the experiment is they should have used a more firm material than tape such as stables or tieing it. Another way to improve is to allow the trials to each stand for 10 minutes to receive greater results.`
`-4448	2	My conclusion to this polymer investigate is that plastics type B has the most stretchability. I think this because trial 1 and trials 2 both have the most stretchability. Some ways that the experiment could have been improved is by taking the I cader how much. The weights and clamp weighed. Another way the the experiment could he improved is by telling the reader where the clamp was placed.`
`-4449	2	a) Plastic B was the stretched of all the polymeres. Plastic A was the strongest of all the polymers. ^P b) This person should have the exact length of the plastic. He/she also should have told the exact amount of weight to add to the clamp.`
`-4450	2	To my conclusion it looks like one second trial almost every plastic type stretched more than the first time because it was already stretened from the first trial also think the thanken and the plastic the less it stretened. two ways to improve the experiment is time it longer to see the difference and use a different piece of plaste for each trial.`
`-4451	2	In conclusion plastic type B stretched out the longest in both trials and most of the others were far behind it. Two ways I would improve the design is to say how much weight I am adding at a time and attach two clamps on the bottom to even out the weight so it didn't rip through the middle.`
`-4452	2	A) All plastics stretched but D making D the most durable plastic. ^p B). Add more trials which would improve the data. ^p Instead of the weights being on for 5 minutes having them on for 10 would show long term effect. ^p use the same clamp for for all plastics.`
`-4453	2	They could have used beacher holder and tape the plastic to the beaker holder and let it hold freely.They could get more results for different trials.`
`-4454	2	The data shaved that plastic A stretched the most compared to the other plastics. Plastic A stretch 2mm, plastic B stretch 1mm, plastic C decreased 1mm in trial 2 and plastic D stayed the same. Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design/validity of the results is to include the starting length of each plastic in the results to better understand how much each plastic stretched. Secondly for trial 2 I think the student should have added more weights and added a trial 3 with more weights for more results.`
`-4455	2	Based on the student's data I can see that plastic type B had the Most stretchability because both trials it stretched the most. To make this more valid, the student should have used the same length to start with for each plastic. Also they should include how many weights should be added and have much each weight weighs in order to keep it constant.`
`-4456	2	A) Plastic type B will Sstrech the most, while plastic A will strech the least. B) describe the initial lenht of each plastic, and describe the amount of weight added to the clamp.`
`-4457	2	A conclusion that can be drawn from their data is that plastic type B has the most elastic compared to A,C, and D. Two ways the students could have improved the experiment and made it more valid would be to do another trial and let us know where each of the plastics start lengths were.`
`-4458	2	Plastic A and B stretched, cup C Di stretched whe mm and plastic D stayed the same. This experiment could be just proved by using be4tter plastic or living the weights in longer.`
`-4459	2	3.a) They found that plastic type B has the exact stretchability because it stretched more than any of the other polymers. ^p b) The could improve the validity of the experiment by doing more trials. They could included the size and wight of the wights which would in tus a improve the design or the experiment.`
`-4460	2	a) Plastic B stretched the most at av average at 22.5 mm plastic A only stretched an average of 11mm, which is the least out of all of the plastics tested. b)  One way the students could have improved their experiment would be to say how much weight they are pouring onto the clamp. Another thing they should have done would be to beep all of the plastics taped to a table at the same height. It does not say they are all held at the same height in the procedure, so we cannot assume they were.`
`-4461	2	Base on the student's data, plastic type B is the most stretchy, and type A doesn't stretch as far. ^P 2 ways the students could have improved was do a 3rd trial for more comparing results. Another way would be have the same amount of weights for each type.`
`-4462	2	a) A conclusion that can be drawn based on the students data is that the plastic A stretched less in each trial from any other plastic T. it was 10 and T2  it was 12mm. ^p B) Two ways the students could have improved the experimental design is by first telling us how many weights C how heavy they should be. The second way is by doing more trials.`
`-4463	2	In conclusion, each one of the plastics are different types of plastic due to the understanding of the chart which clearly proves that each plastic is different due to the different amounts and lengths they were stretched. The student could have improved the experiment by adding more test trials to see if the data is perfectly correct and by making sure the amount of weights added on the claps were equal.`
`-4464	2	The examples came out pretty accurate to the chart and procedure. ^p But they needed to improve possibly by doing longer trials or adding how much weight if someone gave me this procedure I would not be able to perform it.`
`-4465	2	A conclusion that can be drawn from the students data is that the plastic that  can be stretched the most is type B, and the one which can be stretched the least is type A. The students could have improved this design by keeping or consistent sample size. Another way this experiment could have been more valid as if the weights on the plastic were also kept consistent.`
`-4466	2	A) Based on the data we found is that plastic B was the plastic that had stretched the most and plastic A stretched the least. ^p B) One way the student could have improved there experimental design is to be more exact on the amount of weight used, Alsocould of shortend the time.`
`-4467	2	As a result of our testing type b stretched the most out of all the other plastic type. ^p One way the stretches could have improved there testing could be to.`
`-4468	2	(A) A conclusion cannot be made with the amount of data given, the experiment doesn't show the starting size of each plastic same so the data given doesn't show how much each some stretched. (B) To improve this experiment the students must record, and keep constant the size of each plastic sample. Another way to improve the validity of this experiment is to record, and keep constant the amount of weight added to each of the plastic samples.`
`-4469	2	a) As you can see in my table that plastic B was the most stretched plastic and the none least stretched was plastic A.^p B) I think the students could of told how much each weight really whey. Another thing was how far could each plastic go and how much space was the weight and plastic from each other.`
`-4470	2	One way they could of improved this experiment.`
`-4471	2	My conclusion is in the second trial (T2). Each plastic sample stretched longer than it did in the first trial (T1). Two ways the students could have improved the experiment is they should have told us how each longnt pound's did the nitach anlo the clamps instead of taking one sample of plastic take 3 or 4 samples.`
`-4472	2	Based on the students data I can conclude that plastic A and B are both equally stretchy. They both increased by one mm long. I can also conclude that plastic D is not stretchy because through out both trails it stayed at 20mm. One way the student could have improved the experiment would be to make all the plastics the same length at the beggining so the results are more valid and clear. They also could have been specific about how much weight to be added. Another thing they could add is a controll`
`-4473	2	The conclusion of this evestigation is that the plastic types did not stretch much. Type D didn't even phase B. The kould have told us what kind of plastic did they use. And what are you using to measure the plastic types?`
`-4474	2	a)According to the data, plastic type D is the strongest because it stretched 20 mm in both trials. Therefore, it has the greatest stretchability.^p (b)The experiment could have been improved by ensuring that all the plastics one being clamped with the same amount of weights. It would also be a good idea to use a control, without the use of weights. This way, it would be easier to improve the end results with the control and variable.`
`-4475	2	The polymer plastics all had different results after each trial was tested. Plastic type A and B both had an increase in length after trial 2. Plastic type C had a negative effect by going down a mm, and D stayed the same. The student could have used different time periods, or even tested the durability of the plastic after it was tested.`
`-4476	2	Plastic type B stretched the farthest.^p The student could have improved the experimental design by recording the exact weight to clamp. They also could have put the measurements of the plastic before it was stretched.`
`-4477	2	The conclusion I can draw from the data is plastic B is the most stretchabety. The data show in trial one it stretched to 22mm and trial two it stretched 23mm while D only stretched 20mm. ^p Two way the student could improve the experiment is do more trial and tell us how much weights to put on.`
`-4478	2	The student got different results. He got A-B lower higher and C-D higher lower. ^p Two ways he could have improved his experimental design was by doing it over.`
`-4479	2	None of the plastic really seemed to move that well maybe except millimeters which in all reality isnt much.`
`-4480	2	a.) I conclude that plastic type B has the most ability to stretch because it stretched the most in both of the trials. ^p b) Two ways the students could have improved on the experiment design and validity and to use a control and add more trials.`
`-4481	2	A. The most stretchable plastic would be plastic type B. ^P B. First off the students have to make sure the plastics are all the same length to begin with. Second their data table should've shown what they started out with.`
`-4482	2	a) Plastic type B stretched the most then type D, then type c, and type A streched the least. ^p b) One way they could have improved would be making the weight constant. The results would also be more valid if it was done a 3rd time.`
`-4483	2	Plastic type B stretched the most and type A stretched the least. I can conclude that plastic type B is the most stretchy. Because of the lack of information it is hard to to conclude anything. Two ways they could have improved would be to specify how long each plastic start, as and what your measuring, how much it stretched or how long it is total after being stretched.`
`-4484	2	In conclusion all the plastics bear up at one except plastic type D that stoped the same length. They would of told the types of plastics they were using because most plastics react different with clamps or weigh on. Also, give before descriptions on procedures.`
`-4485	2	Plastic type 'A' and 'B' stretched more in the second trial as compared to 'C' which decreased by 1mm and 'D' which stayed the same. ^p (B) Maybe to show some difference the student could have used different weights, or the same weight but left if on for different times.`
`-4486	2	I think the student the student should draw a conclusion based on the data he/she has.`
`-4487	2	Plastic type D stretched the furthest and plastic type A stretched the lowest. The student could've listed the diffrent types  of plastics used and explain the procedure better.`
`-4488	2	A) The plastic type D has the most resistance out of the group and type A has the least amount. ^p B) The student should've measured before stretching is to make, control. Then the students should've done the least one more trial.`
`-4489	2	(A) Plastic type B stretched longer than type A, C, and D plastics. ^p (B) Two ways the student could have improved the experimental design is to add make we4ight to the second trial and have tie plastic hang longer.`
`-4490	2	From the students data, you can conclude that plastic type A the most stretchable. You can conclude this because all other types had either1 mm length change, or no change but type A had a change of 2 mm . Two ways the student could have improved would  have been to have more trials for each type to make sure findings were acurate, and to say the amount of weight added onto the plastic samples in his procedure.`
`-4491	2	The conclusion that I drew was that plastic type B stretched the furthest, Two ways that the students could of improve there experiment is that they could of did the experiment a third time, or probaly let the weights hang on the plastic for more than 5 minutes.`
`-6809	3	As described in the article, pandas eat an abundance of bamboo and therefore are specialist to China, while the koala ''eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively.'' Both these animals are specialists to one habitat while the python, a generalist is able to live in a wider range of habitats virtually anywhere.`
`-6812	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they both need a certain food that they eat such as bamboo and eucalyptus leaves but a python will not eat anything but it needs in certain climate to be able to live there.`
`-6813	3	Pandas in China and Koalas in Australia eat only bamboo and eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively according to the author. For this reason, they are both specialists. However a the article states a python is a generalist and able to inhabit a number of different locations around the world, unlike the Panda and Koala who are limited to their native countries.`
`-6814	3	Pandas are similar to koalas because they are both specialists, that must have special surroundings and certain things to eat. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons because a python can live almost anywhere with the help of the climate generalist which is a human being as stated in paragraph 20 (Achenbach,5).`
`-6815	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both require specific plants for survival. Pandas need bamboo, and koalas need eucalyptus leaves. Both animals are specialists ( Achenbach par 21). They are both different from pythons because pythons are generalists, and they tend to do the best in and around humans (par. 20).`
`-6816	3	Pandas only eat bamboo and koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves. This animals are specialist. Pythons are generalist they can survive on almost any thing.`
`-6817	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both eat one main food source ( pandas bamboo koalas eucalyptus leaves ). So they survive best in one stable , non changing environment. However, pythons can live and adapt to new conditions, so they can move to different environments, such as Asia to Florida.`
`-6818	3	Pandas in China almost exclusively eat bamboo making them a specialists species. Koalas in Australia are also specialists because they almost exclusively eat eucalyptus leaves. They are diffrent from pythons because pythons can live almost anywhere and can thrive on almost any food source.`
`-6820	3	Panda bears are similar to koala bears because one, they are both a type of bear and two, they eat grass & plants. They are different then pythons because pythons are reptile and they eat things whole.`
`-6821	3	In the article the author tells us that China's panda eats almost nothing but bamboo and the Australia's koala bear exclusiusvely eats eucalyptus leaves. Both animals really eat one thing. A python is very different it doesnt eat one thing it swallows its meals there for its very different.`
`-6822	3	Pandas and koalas are.''specialist'' meaning that they are not as abundant as generalists. A python is a generalist. According to the article, a python can adapt more easily while a koala, fore example, ''eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively.''`
`-6823	3	"Pandas & koalas are similar to each other because they are specialists each only eating food that is specific to a custom area of tries globe. But pythons are generalists they eat meat & only require a certain climate for example ""A python swallowed an alligator"" that wouldn't happen in their homeland."`
`-6824	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because panda's only eat bamboo and koala bear eat eucalyptus leaves there and source is not every where they both cant just move from China or Australia because there food is not made every where around the world.`
`-6825	3	Panda in China are similar to koalas in Australia because each one needs to stay their own habitat because they cannot live without the sources that their habitat give them. They both are different from pythons caue python could addapt in any environment For example on the paragraph 21, the author give us a reason for why the pandas and koalas can't live in other environment.`
`-6826	3	China's panda and Australia's koala are similar in that they basically only consume one type of plant each. Pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. These two animals are different from pythons because pythons eat other species.`
`-6827	3	Pandas and koalas are both the same because they only eat certain things. They are also both specialists. They are different from pythons because they are specialists and pythons are generalists. Pythons have a variety of foods they eat while the pandas and koalas don't.`
`-6829	3	As you can see, pandas in China are similar to koalas in Austria because they are both specialist animals. Also, the panda and koala are herbivores, one eats bamboo and the other eats eucalyptus leaves. In addition, both the panda and koala are different from the pythons because they are specialist animals and they are carnivores meat eaters. Therefore, pandas and koalas are actually different from pythons.`
`-6830	3	China's panda bears eats almost nothing but bamboo, and Australia's koala bears eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. These bears are different from pythons eat meat sources.`
`-6831	3	"Panda & koala are similar because their both a specialist, as a python is a generalist. The article says, ""A generalist is a raccoon, a python,..A specialist is China's panda... or Australias's koala""."`
`-6832	3	Pandas in china and koalas in Australia are alike because they both are plant eaters. For example in paragraph 21 they say that a panda and koalas are specialist. Pandas and koalas are different than pythons because pythons are carnivor they eat alive things and as I said in paragraph 20 it says pythons are generalists.`
`-6833	3	Chinese pandas and Australian koalas are similar because they are both specialist species. They only flourish and survive in a very specific area. For example, pandas eat almost nothing but bamboo, and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves exclusively. However, pythons are generalist species. They can survive almost anywhere. The article states that the species that have become most abundant are those that do best in and around humans.`
`-6834	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because both of them can only live off one food source. They cannot live anywhere else because they need that specific thing found only in their enviorment. Pythons however can live off many things, they can live in different enviorments and eat different rats, thats how they live across the world.`
`-6835	3	How pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia is they both eat almost one thing all the time. Pandas eat almost nothing but bamboo, and the koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. And how their both different from a python is that they don't eat anything when their hungery , a python will eat what ever animal or human it can get.`
`-6837	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because, they eat basically one thing, plants. The python eats a lot of different kinds of animals and such.`
`-6839	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist and they only eat plants and pythons eat mammals. According to the article, pandas almost only eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves exclusively so that shown that they are nothing like pythons.`
`-6840	3	The Chinese panda and Australia's koala are both similar because they both eat special type of food. They are both specialists according to the article. Both the Chinese panda and the australian koala are different than python b/c the python is a generalist that can adapt to different food scources.`
`-6841	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they depend on what the environment brings them (such as bamboo or eucalyptus leaves 'they depend on those sources to be there or they'll have trouble surviving however, pythons are very different because they on there habitats such as were they live & climate changes.`
`-6842	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they can both live off one plant, bamboo and eucalyptus leaves. They are both different from pythons because they don't pose any threats like pythons do. You won't find a koala or a panda with a wood rat or an alligator in its mouth like you may a python.`
`-6844	3	"Pandas and koalas are quite similar in that both species have adapted immensly to their surroundings in that they would probably become hopeless if one was to be outside of their home and found to adapt elsewhere, They are consicttenca "" specialists"", They differ from pythons in that pythons are "" Generalists"", the ultimate generalist is arguably a human being, can live anywhere that is kashy the orbility of a python."`
`-6845	3	Pandas and koalas are both specialist. They also both have exclusive diets. The panda eats almost nothing but bamboo and the koala eats just eucalyptus leaves. A python is a reptile and the panda and koalas are mammals. The python is also carnivorous where as the panda and koala are omnivorous.`
`-6847	3	"Both koalas (in Australia) and pandas (in China) or ""specialists."" Specialist have a small range of diet, ""China's panda..eats almost nothing but bamboo (and) Australia's koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively are two great examples. Pythons, on the other hand, are generalists, which means they have a greater variety of prey. They are expected to survive better because they don't rely on one single prey."`
`-6852	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because thier specialists species who need sertain things to servive. They are not like the pythons because pythons are generalist who can servive in large areas.`
`-6854	3	Panda's from China and koala bears from Australia live off a restricted eating habit. China's pandas strictly eat nothing but bamboo, and koala only eats eucalyptus. These types of animals are specialists. A generalist was said that can live anywhere. They adapt easy to there environment, like pythons do.`
`-6856	3	The are of the specialists of panda's shows far that wich eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. The reasons for that I think are causes they live they grow what they eat and specialy with what other animals they live.`
`-6857	3	Pandas in china are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both a type of bear for one and they only eat one thing. In the article they were compared because they only eat one type of food. Pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. They differ from python because pythons eat many different things. Also, pythons are reptiles while bears are mammals.`
`-6859	3	"Pandas in China and koalas are similar because they both specialists. They each eat on specific food and do well in a stable environment. Pythons are different from both the panda and the koala because they only are generalists; they can survive in a number of environments and ""do best in and around humans."""`
`-6861	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both eat mainly one thing. Pandas eat mostly bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. Unlike these animals, snakes eat a variety of things. Snakes mostly eat other animals of living things.`
`-6863	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they only eat one type of food which is bamboo for pandas and eucalyptus leaves for koalas. While pythons are able to eat many types of foods and adapt to other sources.`
`-6864	3	"Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are both specialists, which the article defines as anything that needs stability. The article also says that "" a generalist is a raccoon, a python, a cockroach, a white inland deer"". They are able to like humans live in man other places and thrive of a many different things."`
`-6866	3	Pandas in China are animals that only eat bamboo and koalas in Australia only eat eucalyptus leaves. They are both similar because they both rely on 1 food source. Pythons eat all kinds of rodants and pandas and koala bears rely on 1 food source.`
`-6869	3	"Pandas from china are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species. ""A specalist is china's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo or Australia 's koalas bear which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exlusively"" .They are both different from pythons because pythons are generalists."`
`-6870	3	Pandas in china and koalas in Australia are both specialists,they can only survive in a stable environment as they survive on certain plants(food),live bamboo and eucalyptus leaves and needs certain climate.Pythons are generalists which can survive in a rapidly changing environment on multiple foods and climates.According to the article a generalists can live anywhere from Florida to Antarctica (or other species). A specialist can be a panda eats almost nothing but bamboo.`
`-6871	3	As it says in paragraph 21, both the panda and koalas are specialists which means that they both need a certain thing to keep them alive. Pythons on the other hand need a varied climate to adapt quickly to add food sources. This means generalists, like pythons, will throw out specialists because they evolve better.`
`-6873	3	China panda eat nothing but bamboo, and Australia's koala bear eat eucalyptus leaves.`
`-6875	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialists. They only eat one kind of food which is only in the place that they are native to. They both are different from a python because the python can eat any kind of animal. o if they bad to survive in different places they could because they would have food there.`
`-6876	3	Koalas in china are similar to koalas in Australia  because both of these animals are know in their country .Both theese animals have repulation in their country.They are boith different from the python  because pythons arn't know to be a specific country they are all over the world.`
`-6877	3	Pandas and koalas are similar by the fact that they are categorical as generalists. Each animal are specifically affected to the food in their country, such as the panda in China eats almost nothing but bamboo and the koala eats exclusively eucalyptus leaves.`
`-6878	3	"In the story ""one man's pet, another's invasive species,"" Pandas in china eat almost nothing but bamboo or Australias koala bears, eat eucalyptus. They both different because pandas and koalas are similar to a bear and pythons are snakes."`
`-6880	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist and have mainly one food source. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons because unlike pandas and koalas, pythons have a vast variety of food they can eat and they can live anywhere that has the similar climate as asia.`
`-6883	3	pandas in china are similar to pandas in Australia because they are both specialists. paragraph 21 states that both the species live off of are food, bamboo and eucalyptus leaves. They are different from the python because a python is a generalist, which can adopt to anywhere. Pandas and koalas have to stay in the place to survive.`
`-6884	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialists, and this age favors generalists, like humans, more. They differ from pythons because pythons are generalists, change favors generalists while stability favors specialists, so we are favoring change, which means generalists.`
`-6885	3	Pandas in China are very alike to koalas in Australia because each of these animals eat only one kind of plant. Pandas eat bamboo, and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. These two were also considered specialists in the article. While the pythons were considered generalists for being in different. A python, for example  could any thing it's way.`
`-6886	3	Pandas are similar to koalas because they both only eat on food source. Pandas only eat bamboo and koalas only eat eucalyptus. They are different from the python because if they were to move from there homeland they would survive on varieties of food but pandas and koalas can't do that.`
`-6887	3	Pandas and koalas are alike in that they are both specialists because they eat only their on many food source. Panda eat mostly bamboo, am koalas almost always eat eucalyptus leaves. They differ from pythons because pythons  can eat a wide variety of things from different habitats.`
`-6888	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia is because they both almost eat nothing but bamboo and eucalyptus. But python is different from pandas and Australia because it eats alligatar and swallowed.`
`-6889	3	Pandas and Koalas can only survive where the plants they eat are, because they won't eat anything else. Pythons can live and thrive in other places because they eat a wide range of animals and survive in a larger climate/environmental range. Pandas/Koalas are specialists, while pythons and humans are generalists.`
`-6890	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species. China's panda eats nothing but eucalyptus leaves. These species differ from pythons because pythons are generalists and according to the article can survive anywhere from ""California to Delaware and including much of the south."""`
`-6891	3	The pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia. In the article it say they eat nothing but bamboo and eucalyptus leaves. And they both are, different from pythons because pythons eat meat and the pandas and koalas don't.`
`-6894	3	Pandas in China eats bamboo and koalas eats eucalyptus leaves and both are found in trees. Both Pandas and Koalas are different from pythons because unlike pandas and koalas, snakes can sometimes be found in tree and in the article it says a python ate an alligator.`
`-6896	3	Pandas and koalas are the same type of animal because that spiecies stays in one are of the worl because thats the only place it will survive. Opposed to the pythons which is able to live anywhere and can adapt with hep from mabum day lan zology.`
`-6897	3	China's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo. Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively unlike pythons, which eats everything in one where and leaves nothing of it left behind.`
`-6898	3	Pandas are like koalas because the both only eat one thing. Both are also in trouble should their environment change rapidly. They are different from a python because they aren't adaptive. For example, a python can be taken from Asia and moved to America and adapt quickly an easily. If the same was done to the panda or koala it would starve to death.`
`-6899	3	The panda bear is similar to the koala because they both eat only one type of food. For a panda it's bamboo and for koala's its eucalyptus leaves. They are different from pythons because a python eats animals and the bears eat vegitatian.`
`-6902	3	Pandas in China are similar from koalas in Australia because they are both are harbavores. Also, as stated in paragraph 21 they are specialists and only eat about one type of food. A python on the other hand is a generalist  and eats many different things like meat. Over all, a koala or a panda are very picky and a python is not`
`-6903	3	How panda's in China are similar to Koalas in Australia is they are bears, and they both almost eat the same things, they both can clime trees: the eat leaves, and fruit. They both are diffrent from pythons because they are not a reptile also they can not fit the same amount in there mouth in one bite like a python. they don't eat most of what pythons eat and also they do not shed there skin/scales.`
`-6904	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because panda bears eat bamboo leaves almost all the time and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. Panda bears and koala bears are different from pythons because pythons in Asia inhabit climates that are similar to those in about a third of the continental U.S, while panda bears live in China and koala bears live in Australia.`
`-6905	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia by the fact that they both eat almost nothing and they are both animals that do not harm anyone. A python is very different from both of these animals because pythons are very dangerous and can kill something larger than itself.`
`-6906	3	Panda's and koala's are similar because they both only consume one type of food daily. These two animals differ from pythons because pythons are invasive species and kaola bears and pandas are not. Also because pythons have a wide variety of food that they eat and pandas and koala bears only have one type of food in their diets.`
`-6908	3	The panda's and koalas are similar because they are specialists. The article states that both species only eat one type of plant. This shows how they cannot relocate as easily as the python. The python can eat a large variety of food as states in the article. Because of this it can relocate  much easier than the panda or koala.`
`-6912	3	Pandas in China and Koalas in Australia are both specialists. Pythons are generalists. Pythons can live anywhere and Pandas and Koalas can only live in one place. Pandas eat bamboo in China, koalas eat only eucalyptus leaves in Australia.`
`-6913	3	According to the article, the pandas in China are similar to the koalas in Australia because they are both specialists species. They can only be found living in certain areas and haven't invaded other other areas yet comparing to the pythons a generalist species, they can't adapt to new places like the python can.`
`-6914	3	Pandas in China are similar to Koalas in Australia because of the fact that they're both categorized as specialists that can never leave the environment because the only eat plants .They're different from pythons because pythons are known as a generalists that will attempt to Kill any other animals it can. Pythons are known to be extremely harmful and dangerous than amount animals such as the panda Koala bears as well as the the fact that they would spread faster.`
`-6915	3	Pandas and Koalas are both specialists. A panda eats almost exclusively bamboo and Koala eats almost nothing else than eucalyptus leaves. Pythons are generalists.They can adapt very quickly. They eat a lot of things ranging from mice to something as big as an alligator.`
`-6916	3	China's panda mostly eat just one thing, bamboo. Australia's koalas mostly just eats eucalyptus leaves. Manily, they can only live there because of their food supply. Pythons, with the light technology can live almost anywhere. Pythons are generalist which gives them the assistance to live anywhere. Pandas & koalas are generalist which makes them have to stay in a certain area to survive.`
`-6917	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialist. Both species eat only one thing. A panda only eats bamboo and a koala only eats eucalyptus leaves. They are different from pythons because pythons are generalists and pandas and koalas are specialists.`
`-6918	3	"Panda in china are similar to koalas in Australia because they're both specialist species.In the article it says pandas ""eat almost nothing but bamboo"" (Achenbach).Indicating they could live almost nowhere else while pythons are generalist,meaning they can adapt and live in many climates regions."`
`-6919	3	"Pandas in China and Koalas bears in Australia are much different then the python. Pandas and Koalas eat very specific foods. ""China panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo,,Koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves exclusively"" (21). The pythons eat many different animals."`
`-6924	3	There both a form of bear, and live where there from. A snake is a reptile and can't survive in all of the U.S.`
`-6928	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they both are herbivoures. Pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. In contrast, pythons are carnivors, like the article said, a python swallowed an alligator. Therefore pythons are much more dangerous than pandas and koalas.`
`-6930	3	In the story it states that both panda and koala live in trees and eat the leaves. There both different from the python because in the passage it says the snake eat things like alligators.`
`-6932	3	The article explains how pandas in China eat mostly bamboo, and how koalas eat mostly eucalyptus leaves. These speces have very exclusive diets while the pythons eat very different foods, and potentially other animals. An example would be when a key harse wood rat was tracked into the stomach of a python.`
`-6933	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because both animals have a very specific diet. They are both different from pythons because a python is a reptile. Also, as stated in paragraph 14, a python swallowed an alligator, so the pythons diet is more spontaneous and unpredictable as oppose to the Chinese panda and Australian koala.`
`-6934	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they both live in one location on earth, they also only eat one food source, which makes them specialists. It is harder for specialists to survive because they can only live in one climate, sometimes only with one food source. The python is a generalist and live in a wide range of climates with a large food source, making it easier for them to survive which is why the specialists are different from generalists.`
`-6935	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are different from pythons because pandas and koalas are specialist animals meaning they only eat one thing ( both happen to be a type of plant). A python, however, is a generalist animal, meaning it can eat many different kinds of animals. This is why pythons are more dangerous to wild life than pandas and koalas`
`-6936	3	Pandas in China are similar to koala's in Australia because as they say in paragraph 21 that they are both specialists. And these two species are diferent than pythons because as show said the species are imperelling five endangered species in the Florida keys.`
`-6937	3	Pandas in  China and koalas in Australia are very similar because they only survive by feeding on one thing mostly. They are both different from pythons because of a few things. They're a different speices and also because they feed on different things.`
`-6939	3	Pandas from China and koalas From Australia both only eat one type of food. The panda eats bamboo and the koala eats eucalyptus leaves. They are both different from the python because as the article says, that a python is a generalist. It is the most abundant, while the koala and panda are specialists.`
`-6940	3	Panda's in China are similar to koala bears in Australia because both of them eat vegetation that is native to their country. For example the panda eats bamboo and the koala bear eats eukeoliptus leaves while on the other hand pythons invade other places they can live and eat anything that has meat.`
`-6941	3	In the start it says, China's pandas eats almost nothing but bamboo. In Australia, koala bear eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively.`
`-6944	3	Pandas and koalas are similar cause their aren't that many left in the world. They pretty much do the same thing and they are different from pythons because they don't attack and kill other animals like the way pythons do.`
`-6945	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they're specialist species. They both only live in one part of the world and they have a very specific diet. A panda eats almost nothing but bamboo, and a koala eat eucalyptus leaves almost always. They're both different from pythons because in the article it said pythons are generalists. They eat all kinds of things.`
`-6946	3	Pandas in China and koalas are similar because they both eat plants. The panda eats bamboo and the koalas eats eucalyptus leaves. These animals differ than the python because the python would eat other resources such as animals. But the animals that they are feeding on are becoming extinct.`
`-6947	3	Panda's in China are similar to koalas in Australia as they both are specialists who exclusively eats only one kind of food. Panda eats bamboo while the koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves. The panda and koala bear are different from the python as they are specialists( eats only one kind of food) while the python is a generalist ( eats anything and adapts to places).`
`-6949	3	A generalist is raccoon, a python, a cockroach, a white tailed deer and humans. A specialist is China's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo and Australia's koala eats eucalyptus leaves, both the panda and the koala feed specific things, like these food source, unlike generalists who have most option.`
`-6950	3	Pandas in China are similar to koala in Australia because they are both harmless creatures that only feed on plants. They are both easy for humans to be around because they won't attack. But they are both different than pythons because there mammals while a python is a reptile. Also while they eat plants, pythons will eat different animals and will attack pretty much anything. Also said in the article that koalas and pandas are specialist while pythons are generalists.`
`-6951	3	Pandas in China are similar to Koalas in Australia because both animals are harboures meaning they only eat plants. The pandas eat bamboo and the Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. They differ in size. Pandas are much bigger than Koala bears.`
`-6953	3	Pandas and koalas are both specialists.A panda in china, for example eats almost nothing but bamboo and koalas are the same with eucalyptus leaves.But pythons are generalists they are able to live almost anywhere with a little help,from Asia to the US and they can eat alligator.`
`-6955	3	Pandas and koalas are restrained to their respective regulars because they both eat almost exclusively one food. There, they are unlike the python, which as a generalist, can adapt to many ecosystems and still find a suitable prey. Pandas and koala's are specialists while pythons are generalists.`
`-6956	3	Both pandas in China and koalas in Australia are specialist species. They both eat almost exclusively one food, bamboo for pandas and eucalyptus leaves for the koalas. These two species need those plants to survive. Buy a generalist species like a python, can eat anything. They will try to eat anything, like a aligator, ever if it kills them. Generalist species can adapt and specialist species can't, thats the difference between the two.`
`-6957	3	Pandas from China and koalas from Australia are both different from pythons because both pandas and koalas are specialists and pythons are generalists. Pandas and koalas each mainly only one food source and the generalists eat many different ones. Living ''in age that loves generalists more than specialists'' put pandas and koalas more as a rare of becoming extinct. Pandas and koalas would need to adapt like pythons and eat more if they don't want to be extinct.`
`-6958	3	Pandas from China are the same as koala's from Australia in the way of how they eat. I mean that they only like to eat one type of food, for example koala's from Australia like to only eucalyptus and pandas only like bamboo.`
`-6959	3	The are similar because they are both bear and they both almost one kind of food pyton, are harmful animal in zoos pyton swallowed an alligator.`
`-6960	3	"Pandas and koalas are similar because, according to the article, they are both ""specialists"". They only eat certain things so the areas they can survive in is limited. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons because pythons are ""generalists"". They eat avariety of things and thus their habitat is more widely spread."`
`-6961	3	The pandas in China are similar to koalas because they dont have a movin haitat, like the reptiles have the main haitat so they cant live everywhere.`
`-6962	3	A Chineese panda and a Australian koala are the same because they tend to eat same food every day. They are different from pythons because pythons eat what ever they can find.`
`-6964	3	A specialist in China's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. MacInnes is not without an environmenton conscience.`
`-6965	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialists. They depend entirely one single food, Pandas eat only bamboo and koalas eat only eucalyptus leaves. They are different from pythons, because as the article says, pythons are generalists. They have a much wider variety of food sources and can adapt to many areas whereas the panda and koala live off one food source so they adapt and more to new habitats.`
`-6966	3	"Pandas and koalas are similar because they both mainly only eat one type of vegetation. As stated in the article, ""..Chinas panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australias koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" And both pandas and koalas are different from pythos because they are not reptiles nor carnivores."`
`-6968	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia by both being specialists because they only live in a specialized climate made for them. They are not found anywhere besides in their native country., whereas they are different by pythons, because pythons are generalists a habitat change rather than stabilize.`
`-6972	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia in that they eat only one certain kind of food. In saying that differ greatly from this pythons, who eat whatever they can, ""A python swallowed an alligator."" That shows how desperate pythons can be for food and that they'll eat anything if needed to."`
`-6974	3	"In the article the author classifies koalas and pandas as specialists. This means that they thrive exclusively on almost one plant. Pythons on the other hand are classified as generalists, which means with a little help it can thrive almost anywhere. Unlike koalas or pandas who need something special. Like the author said ""Its no accident that the species that have become most abundant often do well with humans""."`
`-6975	3	This article allistates that panda bears in China are similar to koala bears in Australia because they are specialist. They both eat a certain plant and live a certain way. They are both different from pythons because pythons are generalist, and can live almost anywhere, regardless of the climate and can adapt quickly.`
`-6976	3	The pandas and koalas are the same because they both eat only one type of plant. They are different from the python because the python is a carnivor. Also it will eat a wider variety of animals than just eating one thing like the pandas and koalas.`
`-6977	3	Pandas and koalas are alike because, they both only eat on type of plant. And how it will have an environmental consequence. They are different because they stay in one place while pythons are moveing all the time.`
`-6978	3	pandas in China & Australia's koalas are extremely alike because the both stick to eating one thing (panda's only eat bamboo & koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves, eating only plants). this makes them both a specialist- stick to a specific diet. this makes them different to a python because they are generalists as in expanding their diet to all sorts of meat and not eating plants, explain the article`
`-6979	3	Pandas in China and koala in Australia are very similar. They are specialists and only eat one type of food like eucalyptus leaves. These animals do not adapt well to change and can flourish with stability in the environment. Pythons are generalist which can withstand a large amount of change. They can live in multiple places and eat multiple foods. Pandas and koalas are specialists unlike pythons are generalists.`
`-6980	3	Pandas in China and Koalas are both specialist that eat one type of food and live in one environment. Pythons eat several types of food and can live in many environment such as household cages.`
`-6981	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because in the article it state China panda which leat almost nothing but bamboo or Austeala's koala bear which eat eucalyptus leaves."" Pythons are different from pandas in China to koalas."`
`-6982	3	panda's of China and koalas in Australia are very different from pythons. Panda's and koala bears both eat plants and are pretty much harmless to humans if left alone but pithons will attact anything leaving humans a food source.`
`-6983	3	The panda in China and the koala in Australia are similar because they both bears they both differents cause they eats eucalyptus and leaves almost exclusively and that different kind of leaves and lives in different country's and climate.`
`-6984	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they're specialists that only eat one specific food, They're different from generalists because generalists have more locations in which they can live.`
`-6985	3	That like something is really goin to be bad what that snake, thats going around the state now it's goin to the united states and goin with all them animals around everywhere.`
`-6988	3	Both pandas & koalas are the same in a way to pythons because like the pythons they both are changing and having to adapt the world around them but unlike the pythons pandas and koalas bears are not be exported and imported as pets that will be sold the public as pets.`
`-6989	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they eat only one type of food. Pythons are more open and won't be a specific with what they eat. MacInnes states that ""What favors generalists is change. What favors specialists is stability."""`
`-6991	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia by the fact that they both come from the same background. Pandas and koalas differ by the fact that pandas eat almost nothing but bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. Both pandas and koalas differ from pythons by the fact that people cannot own a panda or a koala as a house -hold pet.`
`-6993	3	NSR`
`-6994	3	Both of those animals are specialist animals they are kept in one area and can really only live in one area. They are different from pythons because pandas need bamboo and it is not grown every where and koalas need eucalyptus leaves which are also rare and unlike pythons need to stay in their region.`
`-6995	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas because they spend their days eating both bamboo or eucalyptus leaves and sleeping. Pythons are dangerous creatures that live in the wilderness and hunt other creatures for food. The article states that pythons are a generalist species while pandas and koalas are a specialist species.`
`-6996	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia. They are similar because they can not live apart from where they live! For example, in the story it say ""panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or ... koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" This explains why there similar. They are both differen from the python because neather weeds to abadte to the weather."`
`-6997	3	Pandas from China and koalas in Australia are similar because they are specialists as they say in the article. These animals are different from pythons because in paragraph 20 it says that a pythons would be a generalist. Generalist can live anywhere where as to a specialist cant.`
`-6999	3	Well pandas in China are always eating the bamboo and koala in Australia eats alot of leaf and the panda is bigger in size and the koala is way smaller than the panda and the koala eats eucalyptus the it almost exclusively macinnes is not without the enviroment.`
`-7000	3	Pandas in China eat almost nothing but bamboo while also Australia's koala bear eat eucalyptus leaves exclusively. This shows that each animal both eats one specific food exclusively and thats almost all they eat. These two animals are different from pythons where they eat anything they can find and that you'll even find them snaking their way up the Potomac proving that they eat anything they'll see.`
`-7002	3	Panda's in china are similar to koalas in Australia. Both species are specialist based on what the article states to the reader, a specialist is adopted to a specific environment, unlike a generalist species, such as a python. A python can adjust to multiple environments. In paragraph 21, the article sates that a specialist is basically adapted to certain foods.`
`-7004	3	The similarities between a panda and a koala is that they are one of kind species which eat one type of food in order to survive, such as panda eats only bamboo and koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves. They different from pythons because pythons are world life and travel all over to kill pray.`
`-7006	3	China's panda eats almost nothing but bamboo. Australia's koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. Pythons are generalists and pandas and koalas are specialists.`
`-7007	3	The article shows that pandas are similar to koalas because they feed off one and only one food source. This shows that they cant be moved around without that food source.`
`-7008	3	Panda's in china are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialists.Both have diets that are almost exclusively one food.Pythons are generalists that can survive pretty much anywhere pythons favor a world constant, charging while pandas and koalas favored is stability.`
`-7009	3	In China the panda bear only eats bambo nothing else and the koala does the same with eucalyptus. The python eat anything that falls into its gullet.`
`-7012	3	"Pandas & koala are similar because they both eat plants. As said in paragraph 21 "" China's panda, which only eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" Pandas & koalas are much different from pythons because they are reptiles and pandas & koalas are mammals."`
`-7013	3	Pandas in China are becoming over populated they are ending us in dangerous places and same with koalas in Australia, they are becoming more common you see them on telephone poles on streets in with the snakes you find them in unwanted area as well.`
`-7015	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both exclusively only eat one pertirlaa things, Also, they are specialists. The python is different from them because it is a generalist. It states in the article, ""A generalist is a raccoon, a python..."" and, "" A specialist is China's Panda... or Australia's koala""."`
`-7016	3	"China's panda and Australia's Koala are similar because the both anywhere one or two things they eat.Pandas eat the Bamboo & the Koala bear eats nothing but eucalyptus. They're both different from a python, because a python would eat anything. 2005 in the eveeglode ""a python swallowed an alligator."" Pandas & Koalas only eat one thing."`
`-7018	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because both have tend to eat one specific food. The pandas in China eats almost nothing but bamboo. And the Australian koalas tend to eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. These two animals are both different from pythons because pythons have to adapt to new places they move to and therefore they're eating habbits  changes.`
`-7021	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia due to the fact that they both coexist and survive and thrive on their ""homeland""/habitat. Their natural habitat allows them to thrive unlike the pythons. The issue of pythons is that they are being taken into habitats which don't suit them. In paragraph 21, it is stated that pandas ""eat almost nothing but bamboo"". And bamboo is abundant in China."`
`-7025	3	"Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are both specialist species. They are only adapted to one way of life. so they can't survive without their main food source. They differ from pythons because pythons can survive in many areas. According to the article, ""By 2002, pythons were seen in multiple locations in remote regions of the Everglades."" ( Achendach). They're able to live on different food sources such as different animals and reptiles so pythons can evolve and adapt to their environment."`
`-7026	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialists. Pandas primarily eat bamboo, and koalas primarily eat eucalyptus. This makes it nearly impossible for them to live any where but where their main source of food grow. Pythons, however, are generalists. They are able to live in many warm climates and have little difficulty finding food.`
`-7029	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because China's panda eats nothing but bamboo and Australia's koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They are different from pythons because pythons eat almost anything expecially meat from reptiles.`
`-7033	3	Pandas and koalas both are specialist while a python is a generalist. Koalas and pandas only eat specific things such as China's panda eating nothing but bamboo. While a python can eat anything.`
`-7037	3	Pandas in China only eat bamboo, which is mainly found in China. Similarly, koalas live in Australia and only eat eucalyptus leaves from that habitat. However since a python is a generalist, it can survive i different habitats. Although they have their own diets, they eat a larger variety of foods to help them survive.'' We live in an age that favors generalist rather than specialists.''`
`-7038	3	Both pandas and koalas are similar to each other because they are specialists. They are specialists because, for example, pandas eat almost nothing but bamboo while koalas eat almost nothing but eucalyptus leaves. This is different from pythons, who are generalists. They can eat and live in many places like humans, and unlike pandas or koalas.`
`-7039	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both aren't known for hunting human beings and can live in different climates. They both are different from a python because if a python feels threatened it will harm a human being. Humans are more safe around pandas and koalas rather than pythons.`
`-7040	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because both of them tend to eat one type of plant/food. In the article it stated, ""China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" This are explains how both species are similar because they only eat most of the time one type of meal. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons since they are mammals and pythons are reptiles. In the article its said, ""Mammals are warm and fizzy."" This quote explains how mammals different from reptiles. Pandas and koalas are warm-blooded but pythons are cold-blooded. Mammals give birth but reptiles like pythons don't they hatch-from an egg unlike pandas/koalas."`
`-7041	3	"Chinese pandas and Australian koalas are very similar to each other due to their endangerment and dietary prefference to bamboo and eucalyptus. However, according to the article.""A python swallowed an alligator and there's not a delicate way to it- exploded."" That shows how unlike the panda a koalas the python will eat anything."`
`-7042	3	Koalas and pandas are both native to only one locasion: koalas in Australia and pandas in China. Pythons are native to and locasion to but are being sold as pets, so they are turning up ever ware.`
`-7044	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist that eat only a certain kind of food. The article said that a panda only eats bamboo and a koala only eats eucalyptus leaves. They  both differ from pythons because a python is a generalist while koala bear and a panda are specialists.`
`-7046	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia they both eat plants. They are different because in the article it says ""China panda which eats eucalyptus leaves."" Btn animals eat different things because there environments are different. Also the assistance or technology can be in both Australia & China."`
`-7047	3	Pandas in china eat only bamboo and really doesn't harm anything which is similar to koalas in Australia that only eats eucalyptus leaves reptiles feast on meat, people and are visious totally different from plant eaters.`
`-7048	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they both eat mainly one thing. The panda eats bamboo, nothing else, and the koala eats eucalyptus exclusively. They are both different from each other because the article said that pandas and koalas are specialists that ment stability and pythons are generalists, ment change.`
`-7049	3	"As mentioned in paragraph 21 pandas are both specialists, with strict diets. Pandas eat ""almost nothing but bamboo"" and koalas eat ""eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" Pythons, however, are generalists they eat almost anything and can adapt to different food sources easily."`
`-7050	3	The Chinese panda will only eat bamboo, while the Australian koala will only eat eucalyptus leaves as it says in paragraph 21. These animals all the same because they only eat one type of plant, but the python will try to eat anything. In paragraph 14, it says that a python ate an aligator and exploded.`
`-7051	3	"Panda's are said to only eat bamboo and koala's only eat eucalyptus. These animals can't adapt anywhere else because of the food they eat. Pythons are supposed to eat mostly anything and can adapt to mostly any condiiton in ""about a third of the continental US"". They are flexiable with their habitat."`
`-7054	3	The article says that pandas and koala bears are both specialist, they only live in one enviroment and eat one special type of food. Pythons are different because they are generalists. they eat many types of foods, and can live in more than one environment.`
`-7056	3	Pandas in China are similar to Koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species. Pandas mostly eat bamboo which is similar to Koalas as they mostly eat eucalyptus leaves. Both species are also similar because they'd have to stay in their native home to survive. Unlike the generalist python who eats ab mixture of common things and can live in multiple places.`
`-7058	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they eat the same thing all the time. In the text it states that pandas eats nothing but bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus  leave exclusively. They both are different from pythons because pythons basically eat anything coming there way. One even an alligator.`
`-7062	3	They are both similar because they have an exclusive diets. One eats bamboo while the other eats leaves only. The python has a wider range of animals food. They are different because the panda and koala can only live in very particular areas while the python can live in alot more different areas.`
`-7064	3	The Chinese panda and the Australian koala are similar because they don't really eat other animals, but the cobra does and that why their different.`
`-7065	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because a panda in China eats almost nothing but bamboo. And a Austrlia bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. It said that it was specialist.`
`-7067	3	Pandas in China's is similar to Koala in Australia because they both as bears, and they or different from a python because it not aravably human it no something. Also, it dififfin Padaus. It invasive and Pandas and Koala or not. They just in certain area of the world.`
`-7068	3	I think that the China's pandas and Australia koalas are similar in how they look and what they eat, and they both are differets from a phyton because phytons are predators.`
`-7071	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they are both specialists, which means that they can only live in a particular area. This is different from a python because they can live in many areas such as Asia and the lower portion of the U.S.`
`-7072	3	Pandas in China & koalas in Australia are both specialists, and a python is a generalist. A specialist is something that only eats one special kind of food. For example, a koala only eats leaves & pandas only eat bamboo. Generalists have a much greater variety in food, for example, a python loves to eat many different types of rodents, but it also eats animals like alligators.`
`-7079	3	"Pandas in China are similar to the koalas bears in Australia because according to the author of ""One man's pet, Another's Invasive species,"" Joel Achenmach, both these animals are specialists, meaning that they need to stay in a specific habitat or climate in order to live. Those bears differ from pythons because they are specialist while pythons are generalists."`
`-7080	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they eat almost nothing but bamboo. They are both different from pythons because a pythons have a bigger eating habit. For ex. they eat alligator not bamboo.`
`-7081	3	China's panda eats bamboo and rerly nothing else. And also Australia's koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves all the time. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons because they eat one thing when pythons eat allot more than one thing.`
`-7082	3	A panda in China and a koala in Australia are similar because they both only eat ane thing. Where as a python isnt like that. A python can eat several things a live all around the world`
`-7083	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia they both eat plants. One kind of plant, even though the panda eats eucalyptus leaves thats all they eat. As well as there body shares thats what makes them similar.`
`-7084	3	Pandas and koalas are both the a same because they are animals that cant survive elsewhere if they are taken out of their enviroment. Pythons is a really big example of how they are slowly immigrating in the U.S. showing the idea of invasive.`
`-7085	3	Pandas and koala's are similar they're both bears. They're are both different from a python because there is differences between a snake and bears. Snakes are species and bears such as a panda and koala are animals.`
`-7086	3	Koalas and pandas are similar because they have one main food source and survive on that alone. They are also both very different from a python in the same way, the python survives off of many food types.`
`-7088	3	The koala and panda are similar, because they are both mammals, have fur, and eat mainly only one food source. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons don't have fur, are a different animal species, and have a different view on what they eat.`
`-7089	3	The pandas are similar to koalas because they both eat almost nothing but one type of plant and therefore could not survive in other parts of the world where the plant does not grow. Pythons however eats a wider variety of food sources and therefore could live in more than one place in the world.`
`-7090	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia that the panda's eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves almost the same and they both are different from pythons the be under the hood of a tourist;s car in the roadways and pythons eats or swallowed alligator they eat animals.`
`-7091	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both barely eat anything. Chinas pandas eat, almost nothing but bamboo and Australias koala eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. Their both different from pythons because their only similar to those in the U.S which makes China, Australia different from them.`
`-7092	3	"Pandas and koalas are both specialists, which means they only survive on basically one food source and can't really live anywhere else besides their native habitat. Panda's almost eat nothing but bamboo and a koala eats eucalyptus  leaves "" almost exclusively "" A python is a generalist and like humans with a little help can live anywhere and will eat anything its last diet to survive."`
`-7095	3	Both a panda from China & a koala from Australia are alike because they both eat plants. Pythons eats meat.`
`-7096	3	China's panda and Australia's koala are similar because they are both herbivores eating mostly bamboo or eucalyptus leaves do the other band, they both differ from pythons because pythons are carnivorous as quoted in zoos. A python swallowed an alligator.`
`-7097	3	Pandas are similar to koalas because they are both specialists while a python is a generalist.`
`-7098	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both are bears and they both come from the same family ground and they both are different from pythons because they are harmless.`
`-7102	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in China because they both only eat certain things like plant the entirely. ""A specialist is China pandas, which eat almost nothing but bamboo, or Australian koala bear, which eat eucalyptus almost exclusively"". They differ from pythons because all pythons eat everything such as alligators and a largo wood rat."`
`-7104	3	China's pandas and Australia's koalas are similar in the way that they are both specialists. Pandas eat only bamboo and koalas eat only eucalyptus leaves. Pandas and koalas are different from pythons because pythons are generalists, meaning they will eat different things and not just stick to one. The author says that 'we live in an age that favors generalist rather than specialists.`
`-7106	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because the both only eat one specific thing. The panda eats nothing but bamboo and the koala eats basically only eucalyptus leaves (paragraph 21). They differ from pythons because pythons can/and do eat a variety of different things. These things can be found anywhere unlike bamboo and eucalyptus leaves. The python can live anywhere basically (paragraph 21) but the panda and koala can't.`
`-7107	3	Panda in China and koalas bears in Australia are similar because the Panda eats bamboo which is from a tree and koala eat leaves out of trees. There different from pythons because there less dangerous and pythons eat living creatures.`
`-7108	3	Pandas and koalas are similar in that they both eat plants and that are much more friendly where-as pythons are carnivores and are harder to train because they are wild animals.`
`-7109	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because their like he same type of bear. A panda is different from pythons because of the basic things such as them not eating the same foods and their features, the koala is basically the same.`
`-7110	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia b/c they are specialist who ""eats almost nothing but bamboo and koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively"". These animals are different from pythons b/c they are generalists and can adapte to eat something else."`
`-7111	3	Pandas and koala bears are similar because they both eat just one thing, on the other hand there different to pythons because pythons eat anything. That's how pandas and koala bears are different to pythons.`
`-7113	3	Both a panda and a koala are specialists. They only need bamboo or eucalyptus leaves to survive when it comes to food. For pythons, it's different. they are generalist. They depend on many things to survive.`
`-7115	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they are specialising or species that are only able to live in a specific area and different from pythons because they are generalising or species that are able to live in many areas.`
`-7117	3	As stated in the article, both panda's and koala's eat the same food almost exclusively. That is what makes them similar to each other. They are different than pythons because they would have trouble adapting to several new environments unlike the pythons.`
`-7120	3	Both pandas and koalas are specialists, like the article said they only eats very specialized type of food and nothing else. They are different from pythons because pythons are generalists (as the article stated).`
`-7121	3	Pandas in China and koalas are both similar because they are both specialists. That means that they both eat certain things in certain conditions. Pandas in China and koalas in Australia basically only eat bamboo, arive koalas only almost eucalyptus leaves. Pythons however are generalists. Pythons can live in many conditions. They can live in Asian and America.`
`-7123	3	The panda and koala are similar because they are mammals and mainly eat plants from their homeland. They are different from pythons because they pythons are reptiles.`
`-7124	3	The pandas and koalas are similar because they are both bears. They are both very fluffy also.`
`-7125	3	Pandas in China are similar to Koalas in Australia because pandas only eat bamboo and the Koalas almost always eat eucalyptus leaves. They both eat types of plants.They're both different from pythons because do not eat plants, they eat other animals. For example a python swallowed an alligator in the Everglades.`
`-7127	3	China's panda and Australia's koala are both similar because of what they consume bamboo and eucalyptus. The China's panda and Australia's koala bear are both different to pythons because pythons are carnivorous and it doesn't eat plants.`
`-7128	3	Both pandas and koalas are what the article calls specialists. These animals only eat certain foods, only live in certain areas, and don't flourish in other places because of that. Pythons flourish whenever there is a similar climate and can eat a large variety of food sources, there fore they are generalists.`
`-7131	3	According to the article panda's in China eats almost nothing but bamboo, and Australia's koala bears, eats eucalyptus leaves the most so they are similar because they don't eat other animals but the pythons eats almost everything. In the item, they said the python are an alligator.`
`-7133	3	"Pandas in china and koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialists"" as the article puts it, and in a human's eyes are harmless with their plant-eating ways. The two animals in turn are very different from the python, that in the article is described as a ""generalist"", unlike the panda or koala, humans view the python as a threat and a bad thing."`
`-7134	3	Panda's in China eat nothing but bamboo, and koalas in Australia eat nothing but eucalyptus leaves. They both have a specific meal to eat, that isn't found anywhere. Pythons on the other hand eat anything.  As a matter a fact one tried eating an alligator. Unfortunatley they also eat endangered species such as keylargo woodfeat.`
`-7136	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar in the sense that they do no eat other anothers.`
`-7137	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they each eat almost nothing else than one thing. For pandas it's bamboo and for koalas it's eucalyptus leaves. These animals are both different from pythons because they wouldn't migrate well due to needing much of one type of food and certain climate.`
`-7138	3	"China's panda and Australia's koala share a very similar diet, the greens, and it is all they eat they are herbivorous. They both have a simple diet, pythons on the other hand according to the story "" swallowed an alligator"" pythons are meat eaters and would it come in contact with the two eat the panda and koala."`
`-7141	3	Pandas which eats almost nothing but bamboo. Koala eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. As it say that panda and koala its nothing but plants. Pythons eat nothing but meat. As its trying to say that panda, koala are healthy eaters.`
`-7142	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species that eat one certain kind of food. They are different than pythons because pythons are generalists.`
`-7143	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because the way do is basially eat is one thing while on the other hand snakes are different because they eat meat like aligators, raccons, possoms ect.`
`-7144	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they both eat one thing almost exclusively. Pythons on the other hand can and will eat anything in the last conoe, paragraph 11 says that pandas eat almost nothing but bamboo, and koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves. In paragraph 13 it even says that the python tried to eat a alligator.`
`-7145	3	China pandas and Australia koalas are similar because they both specialists. The difference between a python, a panda and a koala is that a python is generalists and prey and other species while pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves.`
`-7147	3	Panda's in China and koala bears in Australia are similar because they are rare and only eat certain things. The panda eats bamboo and the koala eats eucalyptus leaves. These two species are different from pythons because pythons will eat anything, plus their carnivores, not herbouvores like panda and koala.`
`-7148	3	Panda's in China and koalas in Australia are both similar because they are both considered specialist species. They both have a select food that they most likely can't live without so they must live where that food is found, pythons however can adapt to most places for food.`
`-7149	3	"Pandas from China are similar to the koala bear in Australia because they both depend on one type of food. A specialist. The pythons is diffrent because it can eat more than any just alligators, they can also eat rats making it a generalist like humans. For example ""generalist, is arguably a human being."" This shows that pandas are different from pythons because they cannot be an invasive species."`
`-7150	3	The specialists such as China's panda and Australia's Koala are similar because they both need specific things to live. For example the panda needs bamboo which is only commonly food in China and the Koala eats only eucalyptus leaves which must be found in high areas there. They are different to the generalists because they can adapt and live wherever they are placed.`
`-7151	3	Pandas & koalas are similar because of the fact that they're both specialists ''A specialist is China's panda or Australia koalas.'' They are different from pythons simply because of the fact that the python is a generalist.`
`-7152	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they are both specialist. This means they can only survive in specific areas of the world. They're different from pythons because they can adapt to different habitats. As seen in the article, pythons have left their native Asia to the continental United States and have adapted. They are generalist, species that can adapt to many places.`
`-7155	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species. Both animals also have a very strict diet, ""A specialist is China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" They are also different from pythons because pythons can live in very many places."`
`-7156	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialists. They are different from pythons because pythons are generalists. Also pythons, like said in the article, are generalists and so are humans so they are alike and do better around each other unlike the specialists which are such as pandas and koalas.`
`-7157	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both are specialist species. Both of the animals focus on eating just one plant. In paragraph 21 the author says a specialist is China's panda or Australia's koala. A python is considered a generalist because it eats many different foods like paragraph 20 says.`
`-7158	3	"Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they are in one 'special place'. They can only survive on food that are found in that land. ""..China's panda, which eats nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala, which eats eucalyptus leaves."" They differ from pythons because they are found only in one place. Pythons are found all over the world on different continents, which is why the are labled 'generalists'."`
`-7161	3	Panda's and Koalas are similar because they both eat something that is killing their homes. They are both different then a python because pythons are to kill other animals for food and Panda and Koala only eat things that are killing their homes.`
`-7162	3	Pandanas from China like the warm wether and the koalas from Australia like the warm wether to that how they are alike. They are different from pythons cause they are not snacks.`
`-7163	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both are specialist, and really only eat one source of food. They are different from the python, who can adapt and eat many different things. ""a python swallowed an alligator..."" This shows how pythons will change to eat anything to survive while the panda ""...eats almost nothing but bamboo.."" can only eat bamboo. This shows how they are different."`
`-7164	3	"Pandas are similar to koalas because they both only have one major food source. For example in the article it said that ""panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively"". They're both different from the pythons because pythons adapt to their community, unlike pandas and koalas."`
`-7165	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both eat same type of plant. They both are different from pythons because unlike koalas and pandas, pythons eat creatures and dont eat plants.`
`-7166	3	Pandas are going extict caused by the look of their food source of only  bamboo. While koalas are the same and stay to a constant food supply. Pythons are native but can adapt to that surroundings.`
`-7168	3	A Panda and a Koala are similar because they will only eat one thing. A Panda will only eat bamboo and a Koala will exclusively eat eucalyptus leaves while a python will eat anything such as a crocidile stated in paragraph 14.`
`-7170	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both eat same kinds of meals in the article it states '' China's panda, which eats almost exclusively.'' They both are different from pythons because they are animals and reptiles.`
`-7171	3	The panda in China and koala in Australia are similar of what hey eat. Pandas eats bamboo and koala's eat eucalyptus. They are similar because they are carnivores they are different from pythons because they are carnivores.`
`-7172	3	"Pandas in China and Koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialists. These two animals both eat one type of food almost exclusively. ""They are different from pythons because pythons are generalists. Generalists "" can live anywhere"" and do best in and around humans,"" Therefore, pythons can thrive in many different environments while pandas and Koalas can only live in specific areas."`
`-7173	3	"China's panda and Australia's koala are specialist because they can survive on the one thing they eat. A python is a generalist and can pretty much eat whatever they want and can live in any kind of climate they want. ""A human being, who with the assistance of technology, can live anywhere."" (Achenbach)."`
`-7175	3	Based on the article, China's Panda an Australia's Koala are similar because both animals barely eat a variety of food. That can increase food for the people in their country. Both animals are different from pythons because unlike pythons, they are safe to be around. And according to the article, pythons are carnivores,but Pandas and Koala only eat plants.`
`-7177	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialists. They eat only one, type of food thats exclusive in one each area. Pandas and koalas cannot survive outside their natural habitat, they need stability. They are different from pythons. Pythons are generalists, and they strive with change, They can easily adapt to different environments.`
`-7179	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both limit their diet to one thing. The panda eats ""almost nothing but bamboo"" and the koalas eats ""eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" Pandas and koalas are specialists where they have to live in special environments. On the other hand, a python is a generalist and can live anywhere."`
`-7181	3	China's pandas bear are similar to Australia's koalas bears because they both eat things that are the same. For example in the article it says panda's eat bamboo and koala's eat eucalyptus leaves. Another reason they are similar because they are both specialist.`
`-7182	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist. These two animals are different than pythons because pythons are generalist. Pythons are favored rather than specialists.`
`-7183	3	Pandas an Koalas are similar in a way because pandas eat nothing but bamboo and Koalas eat nothing but eucalyptus leaves. They are both different from pythons because they are both specialists and a python is generalist and a python eats different from them too.`
`-7184	3	Pandas in china and koalas in Australia are similar because as said in the article, they are both specialists, because they both rely on a food that they specialize in eating, like the pandas mainly eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves.They are both different from pythons because pythons are generalist because they can adapt to different things, rather than than relying on one thing to survive.`
`-7185	3	"The pandas in China are similar because they only eat one type of food. Which is considered a plant but the python on the other hand can adapt to all climates and eat about anything. ""Who with the assistance of technology can live anywhere from Floridat to Antartica."`
`-7186	3	China's panda, and the Australian koala are similar because they both eat very specific things mainly bamboo or eucalyptus leaves. They are also both specialists.`
`-7187	3	The article explains that pandas in China and Koalas in Australia are similar because they are both specialists.These animals eat exclusive and favor stability, The python however is a generalist. The author explains how generalists favor change and live well with  humans who are arguably the ultimate generalist. These animals are more abundant.`
`-7189	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because the article says that they are specialist and only eat one type of plant. They both differ from pythons because pythons will eat anything and can adapt to change.`
`-7191	3	Pandas are similar to koalas because they are both specialists, meaning that they favor stability. Pandas consume bamboo, just as koalas consume eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. This contrasts pythons because pythons are generalists meaning they are able to adapt to live almost anywhere.`
`-7192	3	Pandas in china are similar to kolas in Australia because they both have things they are adapted to like food. Pandas eat nothing but bamboo and the koalas eat just eucalyptus  leaves. They are different from the python because they can adopt and like anywhere from florida to Australia.`
`-7193	3	Pandas in China relate to koalas in Australia because they only will eat one thing. Pandas will eat almost nothing other than bamboo and koalas with eat eucalyptus leaves exclusively. But on the other hand, the python will eat almost everything. In the everglades in 2005 the python swallowed an alligator. The panda and koala bears eat almost the same thing everyday while the python will eat anything that  comes near it.`
`-7194	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they can only live in limited places, because they both only eat one type of food and would die in the wild in the United States. They are different from pythons because pythons don't need much to survive all they need is a warm climate and small mammals to feed on. Which both of those are found in about 60% o the world.`
`-7196	3	Pandas in China are only able to survive in China like koala's are only able to survive in Australia. They cannot adapt to other habitats. Pythons, however are able to adapt to different climates and are able to spread throughout the southern part of the United States. Pythons are more of a generalist species than pandas and koalas.`
`-7197	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia in the way that they are both specialists. They both eat very exclusive diets and therefore must live in one of the few locations that support their lifestyles. Pythons, on the other hand, can live very many habitats as they are generalists, which makes them different from koalas and pandas.`
`-7198	3	Pandas in China are similar to koala's because they are both specialists. This means they both need a very specific enviroment to survive. Pandas and koalas both eat just one type of food that they cannot survive without. For pandas, it's bamboo: for koalas, its eucalyptus leaves. Unlike pandas and koalas, pythons are generalists. They can survive in many different enviroments. This is one reason they have been able to invade and survive in the south which is not where they originated.`
`-7200	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both survive eating on one plant. For example pandas eat bamboo, and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. Both pandas and koalas are different from pythons int he way that they dont harm other people and animals as they do and they also stay in one place they cant move across the united states as the pythons are doing.`
`-7201	3	Panda's in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both don't eat meat. Pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. These two species are different from pythons because eat animals that are alive or dead whole. For example, one pythons ate a crocodile the exploded.`
`-7202	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia by they are both in the bear family. They are different from pythons by pythons don't eat plants.`
`-7203	3	The pandas and koalas are different from pythons. Pandas an koalas don't eat meat they are plant eaters. As for a python they eat meat cause there coldblooded. The pandas of Asia eat bamboo, and as for koalas its eucalyptus leaves. These are some similars and difference between pandas, koalas, and pythons.`
`-7204	3	China's panda and Australia's koala bear are very similar. China's panda eats almost nothing but bamboo and Australia's koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They both eat one thing from their states. Pythons can adapt and eat a variety of things.`
`-7205	3	Pandas from China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both specialist species. This means that they each have to live in a certain, limited place to be able to survive. This separates them from pythons could live in a wide variety of places throughout the world.`
`-7207	3	Panda's in China and koala's in Australia are similar because they both mostly only eat one thing, thus making them specialists. Pythons are generalists because they can adjust to the environment around them similar to humans.`
`-7208	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas because they have almost only one food source that is native to almost only their environment like bamboo to ash and eucalyptus trees to Australia. If thee animals were brought to North America, they would die out quickly in the wild unlike a python which has a larger variety of food.`
`-7209	3	Chinese pandas are ''specialists'', as the article calls them. They eat nothing but bamboo. Koalas are also ''specialists'' that survive off at eucalyptus leaves. Pythons on the other hand are not ''specialists'' but ''generalists'' and can survive in much vaster ranges of climates.`
`-7210	3	China's Panda eats almost nothing but bamboo, and Australia's Koala which eats eucalyptus almost exclusively. Pandas and Koalas are the same because they both eat plants and eat only one type of plants. They are both different from pythons because pythons eat meat. We know this because in 2005 a python swallowed an alligator.`
`-7212	3	Panda bears and koala bears although from two different parts of the world are similar because they both eat one specific food, which differs from a python because they eat just about anything.`
`-7213	3	Pandas in China are similar to koala in Australia by the way they both eat. Pandas eats nothing but bamboo and koalas eats nothing but leaves. They're always eating greens. They both differ from pythons because even though there had as big (weight) the try to go after lager things such as alligators.`
`-7214	3	"Pandas and koalas are similar to each other because they both are specialist who stick to the same thing like their food day other day. They are different from pythons because pythons are generalist and ""have become most abundant"" to live around humans and pandas and koalas aren't."`
`-7215	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they tend to eat mostly one thing. For the pandas it's bamboo and for the koalas it's eucalyptus leaves. Both pandas and koalas differ from pythons because pythons are carnivores; they tend to eat snakes and sometimes alligators.`
`-7217	3	First off pandas and koalas are the same because they both live in warm climates, live in trees and eat grass. But on the other hand pythons are carnivores and very harmful as said there are photographs of a python eating an alligator.`
`-7219	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they both eat greens. According to the article both of these animals are different than pythons because pythons don't eat greens I think all of these animals should be kept in their natural home to not be harmful to anyone.`
`-7220	3	Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they are both mammals. Both panda and koala are different from a python, because a python is a reptile.`
`-7223	3	Pandas in China are similar to the koalas in Australia because panda eat nothing but bamboo & the koalas bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. The panda and the koala are different from the python because the python can swallow an alligator, the pandas & koalas can not, is said in paragraph 21 ''China's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australias koalas which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively.'' And paragraph 14 ''A python swallowed an alligator.''`
`-7224	3	"Pandas and Koalas are similar because they are specialists. They can only live in Australia and China to survive because of adapation and their food source: The two are different from pythons because they are generalists. They can easily ""live anywhere from Florida to Antarctica to outer space."""`
`-7225	3	A panda eats almost nothing but bamboo and a koala bear eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively and a python eats rats. In 2005 a python swallowed an alligator then it exploded. Pandas and koala bears have to live in cooler climates unlike a python have to live in warmer climates.`
`-7230	3	Pandas are similar to koalas because they both eat bamboo and live in the trees of their native country and they are different to pythons because they are warm blooded and stayed in the countries where they belong and they didn't migrate.`
`-7233	3	"Pandas and koalas are specialists, they only eat one type of food and therefore cannot spread easily for lack of abundance of food. Pythons, however, can exist in climate that is more abundant and eat more than one thing. ""Pythons in Asia inhabit climates that are similar to about one third of US they have more options in places to live."`
`-7234	3	China's pandas and Australia's koalas are both specialists. Pandas eat mainly bamboo, and koalas eat almost nothing besides eucalyptus leaves. Pythons are generalists and can adapt ton 2 new climate & food source unlike pandas & koalas.`
`-7235	3	Pandas in China are similar to Australia's koala bear because they are both specialist species. A python is a generalist. From the name you can assume its a general species and itcan live generally in most places. Specialists are special. they need to live in there special environment that fits them.`
`-7238	3	"Pandas and koalas are similiar cause they both eat plants. There different from pythons ""python swallowed an alligator."" So it means that pythons eat animals not plants."`
`-7239	3	"Pandas and koalas are similar because they are both generalists, and different from pythons which are generalists. It says, ""A specialist is China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusivly."" These animals are both very particular, specialists, where a python can live in any area with a suitable climate and eat whatever is there."`
`-7241	3	"Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are both examples of specialist species. They each need to live in a specific environment to survive. Paragraph 21 states, ""A specialist is China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus almost exclusively"". Both these creatures differ from a python, because pythons are very adaptable and can live almost anywhere."`
`-7242	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they are both almost extinct. They can also survive in colder climate but the python can't.`
`-7243	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are both similar to each other because they mainly just eat one thing (panda - bamboo, koala - eucalyptus leaves). They both greatly differ from pythons because pythons eat alot of stuff, endangered animals, like the pythons eat the key largo wood rats. While the koala and panda mainly feed on 1 food source.`
`-7244	3	Pandas and koalas are similar because they eat mostly one food. The panda relies on bamboo for survival while the koala which relies on eucalyptus leaves. The difference between the panda and koala versus the python is that the panda and koala are specialists that prefers a single environment while a python is a generalists who can live almost anywhere.`
`-7245	3	They are both similar because they are both mammals. They eat the same things and it may be harmful to humans. They do not eat what pythons eat.`
`-7246	3	Pandas from china and koalas from Australia are both similar because they live in their natural habitat and they can find their food in that habitat, unlike pythons which eat mostly anything they can find.`
`-7247	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they only eat plants, they are both different from pythons because it eats other animals.  In the text it says ""China's panda which eats almost nothing but bamboo or Australia's koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves"" while the python eats animals."`
`-7249	3	Pandas in China  are similar to koalas in Australa because they both only eat one type of food: pandas eat bamboo, koalas eat eucalyptus. They are both different from pythons because as the article says, pythons are generalist species, whereas pandas and koalas are specialist.`
`-7251	3	A panda bear & a koala bear are much different from a python a because the panda bear & koala bear only eat certain foods for living article. A python need alot of different things to survive.`
`-7252	3	Pandas and Koalas are similar because they are both specialists, they only eat one thing for the panda its bamboo, and the koala its eucalyptus leaves. Pandas and Koalas are different from pythons because pythons are generalists they eat anything and pandas and Koala's only eat one thing.`
`-7254	3	China's panda and Australia's koala are both specialist because they eat one thing exclusively. They're different from pythons because pythons are generalists.`
`-7255	3	"panda's in China are similar to koala's from Australia because they do not eat meat or any animals. China's panda, eats nothing but bamboo and Australia's koala eats eucalyptus leaves. The difference between these animals and pythons is that pythons eat meat and other animals. In the article it stated, ""...tourists were studied to see an alligator with a python in its mouth.."""`
`-7259	3	Panda's in China and koalas in Astralia are similar because they are specialist speicies that only live in those specific reigon reigons of the world. Were as pythons are generalist and can survive in many places in the world.`
`-7260	3	pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because both animals leave almost exclusively.`
`-7263	3	"The way that panda's and koala's are similar is that they eat almost nothing exect one thing for example in the Article it state that "" China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively"" The pythons are very different they can eat almost anything it just have to be alive."`
`-7266	3	The Great pandas of China and the koalas of Australia are both specialist species. This means that they can only live where their main food source can survive whic for pandas are bamboo leaves. A python is a generalist. This means that with a little assistance can live anywhere  and proper. This means that they pose more at the ecological threat as to their ability to adapt to their environment.`
`-7270	3	Panda's in China, eat only bamboo an koalas in Australia eat eucalyptus trees exclusively. They are both do very well around humans. This is very different compared to pythons because even though they can have recently been found in the Everglades and biologist have been saying they could cause threats on biodiversity.`
`-7272	3	The pandas in China are different from koalas in Australia because the pandas eats almost nothing but bamboo, and the koalas eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They are both different from python because python breed up a storm in the Everglades and the Nile Monitor lizard, that could reach up to 7 feet in length.`
`-7275	3	Pandas and Koala are similar because they both eat one thing in partically. But they're different to python because pandas and Koalas are specialist and a python is a generalist.`
`-7276	3	The pandas in china and koalas in Australia are the same because they eat nothing but the same foods they have been eating for hundreds of years. Pandas eat bamboo and koalas eat eucalyptus leaves. There is no change happening. They are different from python because unlike pandas and koalas, they are being bred to change habitats,there food and the way they live.`
`-7277	3	"Pandas and Koalas are both similar because they rely on a seal food sorce only found in one area ""A Panda, wich eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They are both differn from pythons who eat a wide vicity of food."`
`-7278	3	"Panda's in China are very similar to Koala bear's in Australia because they but are wildlife animals and eat nothing but a same type of leaf: In the article it says panda which eats bamboo and Koala bear which eats eucalyptus leaves. There different from pythons because these are, ""invasive species"" and they like to eat big things like alligator."`
`-7279	3	Pandas and koalas are very similar in many ways. They are both considered ''specialists'' which are animals who depend mostly on one thing and would have a hard time adapting to other climates. An example of this is the fact is that pandas eat mostly bamboo and koalas eat only eucalyptus leaves. The python, however can adapt to new environments like the U.S. Pythons also eat what they want making it easier.`
`-7282	3	Koala's in Australia and panda's in China are both specialist. They are only in the areas where they can find what they need. A python however, is a generalist. It can adapt to and change what it eats. Therefore, that is the difference in koala and panada's versus python's.`
`-7284	3	Pandas from China and koalas from Australia are similar because they both are the same type and one family and they both don't eat meat. They both are different from the python because they python is a generalist and are as arguably a human being and the panda a koalas bears are not and a third of the US has a place for a python and comparable climate base.`
`-7286	3	China's Panda and Australia's Koala are similar because they are both specialist. They can only live in one place because they are unique animals that lait eat many things. They are different from pythons because pythons are generalists and can live in multiple places.`
`-7287	3	China's panda are similar to Australia's koalas because they both don't eat wild things. it says that pandas only eat bamboo while koalas eat leaves. Nothing harmful like the pythons they eat everything. One dramatic problem was a python had ate a alligator; which is wild. Thats why they are different appetite.`
`-7288	3	A panda and koala both live in warm climents they both are vegitarians and have far and are adorded by people. There different from pythons by pythons eat living thing live in dry or wet areas will panda and koala dont eat living things.`
`-7290	3	"A python is a generalist while a Panda or Koala are specialist. In the article, it says, ""a generalist is a caccoon, a python..."" A specialist is China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" that's why a koala and panda are similar but differ to a python."`
`-7291	3	Pandas in China and koalas are similar to each other, but different from pythons. Pandas and koalas are both specialist species; meaning pandas eat almost only. A python is what Achenbach would call a generalist species, because it can live and adapt to a wider variety of places than a specialist species like the panda or the koala.`
`-7292	3	"Pandas in China and koalas are similar because they are both specialists. The article states ""A specialist is China's panda, which eats almost nothing but bamboo, or Australia's koala bear, which eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively."" However, they both differ from pythons, which are generalists. Generalists can survive in many climates and areas on earth, while specialists can only survive in an exclusive place that specifically has their needs."`
`-7294	3	Panda bears in China are similar to koalas in Africa because both animals usual eat one thing according to the article. Also these two animals are different from pythons because they can live from anywere from Florida to outer space without technology a panda and a koala can't.`
`-7295	3	"Pandas and koalas are similar because they are both specialists, with one food source. According to the article, "" China's panda eats nothing but bamboo, (and) Australia's koala bear, which eat eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They are both different from pythons because pythons are generalists, which means they can live in a broader area, eat different food sources, and adapt to change easily."`
`-7296	3	These two animals are similar because, they both eat pretty much one thing and that's it.`
`-7297	3	koalas and pandas only exclusively eat one type of food but pythons will basicaly eat any small mamal they can get thier fangs sinked into.`
`-7298	3	Pandas in china and Australia are similar because their specialist and don't eat other animals or insects.China's panda eats nothing but bamboo and Australia panda eat eucalyptus leaves.unlike the pythons eat alligator and other species.`
`-7300	3	Pandas in China are similar to Koalas in Australia because they both eat one certain type of food. As said in the article China's pandas eats almost nothing but bamboo, and Australia's Koala bear, eats eucalyptus leaves almost exclusively. They both, however, are different from a python will eat up to anything. In 2005, a python swallowed an alligator and there's not a delicate way to put it exploded. Pythons try to eat anything they can unlike Koalas and Pandas.`
`-7301	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are similar because people like them, pandas are very unique looking soft animals and people are drawn to that. So are koalas, people like them so, they are treated special. They are specialist animals, that people like.`
`-7302	3	Pandas in China and koalas in Australia are both specialists because they cannot live anywhere. Pandas only eat bamboo and koalas only eat eucalyptus leaves. Contrastingly, pythons are generalists, simmilar to humans. Pythons can eat and live, with the help of technology, wherever they like humans favor generalists rather than specialists.`
`-7303	3	"Pandas in china are similar to koalas in Australia are both""specialist "" because they can live in environments in and around humans ""unlike the pythons which is a generalist that can live almost anywhere similar to its natural habitat that's the way pandas and koalas and different from pythons."`
`-7304	3	"Pandas in China are similar to koalas in Australia because they only eat one thing that grows where they live. They are different from pythons because in this article it says that, ""A python swallowed an alligator"" and panda or koala would never do that or eat another animal."`
`-7307	3	Pandas in China are very similar to Koalas in Australia because they are both specialists, which means they can adapt to only one environment and eat certain things exclusively. They are different from pythons because a python is a generalist which means it is highly adaptable to different environments.`