10 ConclusionThe original hypothesis stated that Gatorade would contain the most electrolytes, as opposed to orange juice. The hypothesis was supported-Gatorade had the highest DCV measurement and therefore the most electrolytes.
11 Further Experimentation Problems with the experimentMore in depth research before handBrands of orange juiceDifferent flavors/varieties of GatoradeCalculating the actual electrolyte count
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