Help was questions 1-3. Not understanding Need helping on how to create a double bar graph for data.

Help was questions 1-3. Not understanding Need helping on how to create a double bar graph for data.


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Lab Report for Discussion
Answer the following questions.
1. Using the double bar graph in the online lesson or the Student Guide as a model, draw a double bar
graph showing average sprout growth for each day you took measurements. Create a graph that shows
the lettuce and bean sprouts for the pH 2 solution, another graph for the seeds in the pH 3 solution, and
so forth; be sure to include a graph for the control group. When you have finished creating graphs for all
your data, you will have five double bar graphs—one for the seeds in each pH solution, as well as one for
seeds in the Control Group.
The height of each bar should represent the average measurement in millimeters (mm) of the 10 seeds in
each bag. Use black or a pattern for one bar—either the bar representing lettuce sprouts or the bar
representing bean sprouts—so you can distinguish between the two sets of bars. Be sure to label all parts of
the graphs, including the x- and y-axes, and write a title for each graph that includes the type of solution it
represents. Also include a key that identifies the two types of seeds.
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2. When measuring levels of acidity, keep in mind that low pH numbers indicate high levels of acidity. For
example, a solution with a pH of 2 is more acidic than a solution with a pH of 5. With this information in
mind, write a clear and thorough conclusion of the effects of acid rain on seed germination based on your
data collection. Do not simply list your data; instead, write sentences that give a general idea of what
happened.
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3. Based on your results, if levels of acid rain increased in our environment, what might be some possible
effects?
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