Edexcel Core Science Chemistry HELP ME PLEASE

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Ash Kay
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Hey guys, hope you all are doing okay. I'm doing my chemistry C1 controlled assessment and was wondering if anyone can help!
Its edexcel science C1 CA.*
Any help is well needed and well appreciated, even if its just tips on what to write under each heading.*

My hypothesis is to test that the rise in temperature of a fixed volume of eater is proportional to the mass of solid fuel burnt. I used the solid fuel hexamine to heat 100cm3 of water. We heated our water in glass beakers by burning different sizes of hexamine.

Part A: Planning
●Hypothesis (provided)
●Equipment
●Controls
●Risks

Part B: Observations
●Primary Evidence and Recording*
●Secondary Evidence

Part C: Conclusion
●Processing Evidence*
●Quality of Evidence*
●Conclusion Based on Evidence*
●Evaluation of Conclusion*
●Evaluation of Method*

*The ones marked in an asterisk mean that I need the most help on these. I'm not too sure as to what I should write.

If anyone can help, it will be a great help! I'll be forever thankful to you!!!!

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Don't know if this will help, but you should measure the temperature every... minute, say, and record it in a table. Plot a graph of temp of water on y axis to mass of fuel on x axis, and your evidence of it being directly proportional, should be that when the line of best fit is drawn, it will create a straight line through the origin of the graph.

Don't know if you needed that, but just in case
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(Original post by mick44c)
Don't know if this will help, but you should measure the temperature every... minute, say, and record it in a table. Plot a graph of temp of water on y axis to mass of fuel on x axis, and your evidence of it being directly proportional, should be that when the line of best fit is drawn, it will create a straight line through the origin of the graph.

Don't know if you needed that, but just in case
Thanks. I've already done that now!
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