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Kevin GortA. Will the size of the top bottle affect the distance it can travelB. I think that if the top bottle is smaller, than it will travel farther, because it weighs less.CDistance depends on size of the top bottleSize of BottleDistanceAverage distanceTrail 1Trail 2Trail 320 oz63 ml45 ml53 ml53.616 oz60 ml57 ml64 ml60.35. controlled variablesA. same size bottom bottleB. same amount of water insideC. bottom cap off top cap on for bothD. same shape of bottom bottleE. Same wing size6.A. attach bottom bottle to the top bottleB. add wingsC. fill bottom can with water D. Launch at 45º angleE. measure distanceF. Do two trails of both rocketsG. compare resultsMy hypothesis was correct the rocket with the 16 ounce bottle top averaged about 7 meters farther thanthe 20 ounce bottle. This is probably because the bottle weighs less and because the shape of it is better for not catching wind.If I were to do this experiment again I would make sure that my rockets were more similar. I wouldalso make sure I fixed the rocket after each launch so it doesn't change so much that it affect the nextlaunch distance. I would also launch them all on the same day so that the weather and wind would not be different enough to change the distances that the rockets went.

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