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    Overall, the difference in the labeled weight and the recorded weight was not significant. Instead, the largest difference, which was Cheetos Puffs at 1.7g, is only slightly heavier than half of a new U.S. penny, which is 1.25g. For this reason and the data in the tables, it is safe to conclude that a bag of chips does not contain its labeled amount, yet there is not a significant difference to assume a quality…

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    stations. In brief, if there would be no money this would eliminate robbery. People could get what everything they need. To begin, getting what you need is getting what you want. This could eliminate stress that people get from debt. When people are renting they have to pay water and electricity bills which cause stress. If money is taken out people’s view, they can live happier and stress free lives. Meanwhile, people think too much about money and not their family. These days we have so…

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    Being pregnant in school, this is one of the experiences I am currently still going through. It’s been a crazy emotional roller coaster for me, especially being young and still living at home. When I found out I was pregnant, I didn’t know what to do. I was scared to tell the father of my baby, but more terrified to tell my parents. I had plans for my future that did not involve having a baby. This is my experience of being in school and pregnant. First I thought it was just the flu, but this…

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    Thermodynamics of Cheetos Purpose: to analyze the caloric content of snack foods, by determining the calories of heat given off by a Cheeto, or other snack foods, as it burns. Procedure: The food sample (Cheeto) was placed on a food holder, and the initial combined mass of the food holder and the Cheeto was measured and recorded. Using a graduated cylinder, 50-100 milliliters (ml) of water was measured and added to an empty soda can that was cut in half and cleaned. The soda can was…

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    Hot Cheeto Research Paper

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    The affected phenotype in the mutant hot cheeto is the bristles. The affected bristles are gnarled, dark, and bending to the side of the scutum. The tip of these bristles look melted. The sizzled appearance of the phenotype makes the name of hot cheeto appropriate for this mutant. The bristles of the wild type Drosophila melanogaster are long, slick, and black. The posterior scutellar bristles in D. melanogaster are two long bristles attached to the end of the scutellum and projected in an…

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    Why Do We Choose Cheetos?

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    The basis of our daily diet comes from our geographic location, religious and political upbringing and our genetics. Our food choices are constantly dictated by our surroundings, the economy and warfare. As Americans we are influenced greatly by the media and advertisements all around us, all claiming to have the best tasting foods for the lowest prices. Our choices are made with our wallet and our taste buds most of all, instead of our stomach like in most developing countries. It is not…

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    Calorimetry Lab

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    The objective of the lab was to find the calorie content of Cheetos and marshmallows. To do this we needed to use a calorimeter. The hypothesis was that Cheetos would have more calories because they have more fat in them. The Cheetos and marshmallows were lit and put in an oatmeal can calorimeter. The temputure change in the water leads to finding the calories in food. Cheetos had about 3x the amount of calories at 1.66 calories per gram compared to marshmallows 0.57 calories per gram. With this…

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    Drinking Diet Coke

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    Diet Coke is just as harmful as regular coke, maybe even more. 10 minutes from drinking diet coke your taste buds get tricked and start attacking the enamel on your teeth. The phosphoric acid attacks your enamel on your teeth which erodes the enamel off your teeth. After 20 minutes of drinking diet coke It can turn on fat storage mode. Regular coke does the same thing with insulin which also sends your body into fat storage mode. 40 minutes can cause addiction. Diet Coke has a deadly combination…

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    He especially enjoyed Hot Cheetos. With every crunchy bite of Cheeto, his stomach would erupt in a spasm of excitement, regardless of what his burning tongue would say. The cheesy, spicy, and mouth-watering flavor of Hot Cheetos had the capability to send poor Rodney into a food coma. More often than not, Rodney would wake up inside of the Cheetos bag covered in crumbs and vibrant red cheese powder. Upon awakening, Rodney felt as if he had drank too much alcohol, but he would eventually…

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    Subculture Study

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    stock vial with hot cheeto and a stock vial of wild type Drosophila melanogaster. We began our study of hot cheeto, a bristle mutation, by setting up subcultures of the mutant. We used the hot cheeto stock to create a new subculture to collect virgin females to be used for the genetic crosses. To reduce the chance of infection when creating subcultures, we disinfected the workplace station with a solution of 70% ethanol. Flies were anesthetized using the FlowBuddy device which regulates the…

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