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1. a) No, because it is not quantifiable data. b)  yes, because the faster the rate of reaction is, the darker the colour will be. c)  yes, because the faster the rate of reaction, there will be a greater difference in mass. 2. Finding the mass individually could be a benefit because it could allow for more trials, and more data, meaning taking the average of the mass of each jello cube could predict the rate of protein digestion. 3. a) The mass overall would not be accurate enough to detect changes.b) Yes, because there is a greater difference between g to mg, where the changes would be more noticable. c)  The difference between grams and micrograms is even greater which gives a more accurate/ noticeable change. 4. It is important to dry the surface to remove the excess water on the surface of the blocks, which if not removed could affect the mass. 5. From pH 2-6 it is reliable because there is a constant increase in the mass, up until pH 7 where it decreases until pH9. 6. a) The results in the 3rd column were obtained using the second extract. I know this because there is a difference in data compared to the first two columns, which means that the results in column 3 are more accurate. 1. a) No, because it is not quantifiable data. b)  yes, because the faster the rate of reaction is, the darker the colour will be. c)  yes, because the faster the rate of reaction, there will be a greater difference in mass. 2. Finding the mass individually could be a benefit because it could allow for more trials, and more data, meaning taking the average of the mass of each jello cube could predict the rate of protein digestion. 3. a) The mass overall would not be accurate enough to detect changes.b) Yes, because there is a greater difference between g to mg, where the changes would be more noticable. c)  The difference between grams and micrograms is even greater which gives a more accurate/ noticeable change. 4. It is important to dry the surface to remove the excess water on the surface of the blocks, which if not removed could affect the mass. 5. From pH 2-6 it is reliable because there is a constant increase in the mass, up until pH 7 where it decreases until pH9. 6. a) The results in the 3rd column were obtained using the second extract. I know this because there is a difference in data compared to the first two columns, which means that the results in column 3 are more accurate. b) The second extract affect the mass decrease of the whole data table. Also the pineapple used. An older pineapple has degraded tissue and a less functional enzyme.