4.Discussion

4.1 Key findings:
From the data we collected in the 6-hour GOES X-ray we can see that there are a total of twenty solar flare that occur during the 5 day period where we recorded the X-ray flux graph. We can find solar flare in the graph by checking wether the graph jumped. From our hypotheses, we predict that solar flare will disrupt communication signals such as radio waves and other electrical devices.

4.2 Explanation of key findings:

When the graph jumps there is solar flare which disrupts the telecommunication signals. From our data we can see that there is at least a few solar flare that occur in one day but the only difference is the intensity of the solar flare. The larger the intensity of solar flare made by the sun, the more hydrogen bombs released by the solar causes the disruption of communication longer.

4.3 Evaluation of hypothesis:

We predict that solar flare release millions of hydrogen bomb that will disrupt communication signals such as radio waves and other electrical devices. We also predict that the longer the intensity of solar flare made by the sun, the more hydrogen bombs released which causes the disruption of communication longer.

4.4 Areas for improvement:
We could have improved on our research proposal as we were not very specific. There were some errors in our proposal and there were a lot of grammatical errors. I think that we could have done our collection of data better as we have only taken our data from one website (NASA) and even though it is trustable, I learnt in my Integrated Humanities that the 3C are important.

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