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www.slideshare.net/georgipretty143/egg-float-presentation

Jan 26, 2013 ... MAKE AN EGG FLOAT IN SALT WATER BY: GEORGIANA JOSEPH. ... HYPOTHESIS• MY HYPOTHESIS IS THAT THE EGG IN THE SALT ...

www.reference.com/food/egg-flotation-hypothesis-688b55dcb106290f

The egg flotation hypothesis is the prediction made by a student before investigating the buoyancy of an egg. The egg flotation experiment is a common project ...

www.science6.org/pdf/classroom/egg_float.pdf

o While I provide the eggs, I usually ask the students to bring the salt. ... float. o Conclusions: ▫ Students state whether their hypothesis was proved or not proved.

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Hypothesis. I hypothesize that it will take more salt to float an hard boiled egg than an uncooked egg.

explorable.com/salt-water-egg-experiment

The Salt Water Egg Experiment explains why materials (such as an egg) float more in salt water than in fresh water.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/salty-science-floating-eggs-in-water

Apr 10, 2014 ... In fact, if you add enough salt, you can make the water so dense that an egg will actually float in it! Explore how this works in this science activity ...

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Answer (1 of 8): The hypothesis of floating egg in salt water is that salt water and ... The greater buoyancy allows the egg to float in the salt water, provided it is ...

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We predict the egg will float in the flour water first because the flour looks the ... We reject our hypothesis because the egg floated in the salt water first not the ...

www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/ask-an-expert/viewtopic.php?t=14516

I did the "How Salty Does the Sea Have to be For an Egg to Float?" experiment, but I have questions. I need a hypothesis in the "If...then.

nerdybaby.blogspot.com/2013/03/water-density-and-floating-egg.html

Mar 9, 2013 ... If they are less dense than water, they float. Test your knowledge to form your hypothesis (educated "guess"): Gather a few items from around ...