Data Analysis: The data collected does not support the hypothesis, as the egg actually increased in density and size when it was exposed to the distilled water. Before the distilled water it was 56.26g, 51ml, and 4.5x6 cm. Afterwards, it was 94.93g, 51 ml, and 4.5x7.This is the complete opposite of the hypothesis. The opposites also happened with corn syrup and vinegar, and it increased in size and mass after vinegar and distilled water, and shriveled after corn syrup.

Conclusion: We learned that when cells are exposed to low solute solutions, it is easier for them to absorb more of it and grow larger. Based on the data, the best solution to the problem is that the lower the solute, the easier it is for the cell to absorb more of the solution through the cell membrane and expand. Because of osmosis, the cell needs to absorb more to balance the amount of particles. This happens due to the concentration gradient, the tendency of solutes to disperse throughout a liquid, or in this case, the cytoplasm and the outside environment. The experiment could be improved by adding in medium solute solutions, and using similar eggs for each, instead of one egg for all of them.