In this section our results will be displayed through a graph, a table, and a description of our results.
In words this is what happened, we tested five water levels in our wave tank to see how they would impact wave height. We tested depths of 5cm, 7.5cm, 10cm, 12.5cm, 15cm. Our hypotheses were close but we overestimated a little on each water level. For the 5cm water level we predicted that the wave would be 1cm, it was actually 0cm because although water surged the wave never broke. For the 7.5cm water level we predicted the wave would be 3cm high but it averaged 2.17cm tall. For the 10cm water level we predicted that the wave would be 5cm, it only averaged 3.5 cm. For the 12.5cm water level we predicted the wave would be 7cm tall but it averaged 4.67cm. So because of these results we can see that although our hypotheses were a little larger than our results they were pretty close for an educated guess.