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If you were to continue this experiment by removing the egg from the water and covering it in syrup, what do you think would happen. Explain your prediction. (If you choose to test your prediction, be sure to allow at least 24 hours before making your observations. And, of course, handle the egg very carefully!)

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What is your guess? What do you think would happen? Why? There is no right or wrong answer for this question. Just share your thoughts. (:

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Answer:My prediction is that the syrup will form another layer over the egg, because if it would do it for the water(24 hour process), the vinegar(48 hour process), and for just sitting(72 hour process), then it should get another layer for the syrup!
Do you think that's right
That's great! (:
I just realized your the one eho asked that same question LOLZ! @jazy

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