# Peanut Comparison Lab

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Peanut Comparison Lab Between Group A and Group B Using Mass (Grams,) and Length (Centimeters)

Raw Data Table for Group A, Showing Mass and Length
Total Peanuts| Length (+-.1 Centimeters Uncertainty)| Mass (+-Grams Uncertainty)| 1| 1.48| 0.92|
2| 1.59| 0.57|
3| 1.41| 0.67|
4| 1.73| 0.83|
5| 1.68| 0.61|
6| 1.61| 0.63|
7| 1.65| 0.6|
8| 1.42| 0.48|
9| 1.51| 0.79|
10| 1.42| 0.85|
11| 1.77| 0.61|
12| 1.53| 0.54|
13| 1.63| 0.833333333|
14| 1.2| 0.65|
15| 1.16| 0.76|
16| 1.74| 0.75333333|
17| 1.4| 0.55|
18| 1.66| 0.7|
19| 1.56| 1.85333333|
20| 1.57| 1.7266666|
21| 2.43| 1.73|
22| 2.25| 1.83666666|
23| 2.52| 1.7|
24| 2.25| 1.83|
25| 2.35| 1.56|
26| 2.16| 1.46|
27| 2.26| 1.65|
28| 2.53| 1.96|
29| 2.53| 1.7|
30| 2.16| 1.8|
Average| 1.805333333| 0.800444442|
Analysis
From the data we can see that the longer the length in the peanut, the higher the weight is of the peanut. As the weight goes up, so does the length, the average peanut had 1.8 centimeters with .8 grams. The largest had 2.54 centimeters with 1.96 grams. Summarized Data for Group A

Analysis
By comparing the length with the width, in bag A you can easily see that the mass and length are affecting each other. It can be hypothesized that the heavier the mass, then the longer the length will be, shown by using the trend line having it go uphill. There are only two outliers in which it doesn’t fit with having length go up with mass. The information can be said that as length goes up, the width will go up. Analysis

By comparing the length with the width, in bag A you can easily see that the mass and length are affecting each other. It can be hypothesized that the heavier the mass, then the longer the length will be, shown by using the trend line having it go uphill. There are only two outliers in which it doesn’t fit with having length go up with...