Pepsin is an enzyme in the stomach that digests proteins. Researchers interested in digestive disorders studied the effect of temperature on this enzyme. 10 milliliters of pepsin and 5 grams of protein were placed in each of five test tubes. The tubes were then kept at different temperatures. After 24 hours, the contents of each tube were tested to determine the amount of protein that had been digested. The results are recorded in Table 1.
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Based on Table 1, as temperature increased, the amount of protein digestedCorrectIncorrect
The dependent variable in this experiment is the:CorrectIncorrect
If the researchers used a 6th test tube kept at 15 degrees Celsius, how much protein, in grams, would most likely have been digested?CorrectIncorrect
The researchers repeated the experiment as described in the passage, but used 20 mL of pepsin instead of 10. In this new experiment, the expected amount of protein digested in Tube 1 would most likely beCorrectIncorrect
Which of the following can be inferred from the passage and the data provided?CorrectIncorrect