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Science IV – Physics

Comparing the Effectivity of Kool Fever to the Effectivity of a Wet Towel

Submitted By:
Christine Faye B. Sta. Maria
IV-Abad Santos B

Submitted to:
Mrs. Ruby A. Pineda

Submitted on:
July 24, 2013

Introduction
I wanted to know if all people who rely on are the Kool Fever method are really actually believing in something factual, in something that is working. Also, if they really need Kool Fever, if towel can or can be used as substitutes. As we stated earlier, I want to prove the effectivity of Kool Fever and if wet towels may also work. We will prove it by providing two set ups: a.) One to test Kool Fever; b.) One to test wet towels. In this study, my targets are the Kool Fever user and the wet towel users, for them to know if what they are doing is actually helpful. I identified the controlled variables in this experiment and these are all the materials that will be used (refer to Methodology). Furthermore, I also identified control group is the temperature of the water, because the temperature will be the basis for the data of the experiment.

Materials: • Kool fever • Wet Towel • 3 Beakers w/ hot, cold and mild water • thermometer

Methodology 1. Arrange the 6 beakers (100 mL) by set their proper set up. Set up A should have three beakers and mark each one as hot, cold, and mild. Set up B should have the remaining number of beakers and mark each one as hot, cold, and mild. 2. Boil water for 10 minutes. While waiting for the water to boil pour 50-mL of tap water to Set up A- mild and cold and Set up B- mild and cold. After the water boils slowly pour the hot water to Set up A- hot and Set up B- hot. Drop the ice at Set up A – cold and Set up B – cold. 3. Record the initial temperature of the six beakers using different thermometers. 4. Slowly apply the Kool Fever to set up A and apply the wet towels to set up B. 5. After 5 minutes, record the final temperature of

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