1. What was the hypothesis of this experiment? Blood glucose concentrations in mice are lower when drinking primarily coffee than water.(Reminder: Hypothesis is a statement.) What question(s) was (were) the investigator asking?
I feel that the question that the investigator was asking was why would the blood glucose increase in mice that primarily drank water then those who drink primarily coffee when water is the dissolvent of life. 2. Which is the control group? Why?
I feel that the control group are the mice that primarily drank water because of the fact that they primarily drank water it separated them from the rest of the experiment. By the mice only drinking water it did not subject them to a big change as those who only drank coffee and the investigators did not want to have some type of influence on the results from the mice that primarily drank water. 3. Which is the treatment group? Why?
The treatment group are the mice that primarily drank coffee because they were subjected to change and that change is what manipulated their blood glucose levels. 4. Did the researchers follow the scientific method in their experimental design? Explain. I do feel that the researcher follow the scientific method because they wanted to successful determine the cause and effect of drinking primarily water or primarily coffee on blood glucose levels. They completed the experiment in a way that the changes to the mice that primarily drank water didn’t affect the changes to the mice that primarily drank coffee. By separating them it made the experiment successful and accurate. The investigators constructed a hypothesis, design how to determine, designed the experiment, executed and evaluated with valuable results. 5. Do you think that there may be any possible biases or other problems in this experiment? Explain. For the simple reason that they separated the mice, study them at the same time frame providing with the equal amount of fluids given to...