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Abstract

Chris Stewart

The scientist predicted that Creatine Monohydrate would out perform any and all other possibilities of weight gain. This is a list of the way he thinks everything will fall into place, first; Creatine Monohydrate, next Centrium (daily vitamin) then last, a plain diet.

First three sets of three mice of different colors and same sex ( white, black, and brown all female ( not terrirorial))where placed in a cage. Each group of rats where feed a normal diet except for the exception of two groups. These two groups where also feed a vitamin supplement. The brown mice were feed Centrum. The white mice were feed Creatin Monohydrate. When the mice where bought all nine where weighed. They where feed with a dropper everyday Then every two days each group was weighed and an average was obtained. This proceeded for a total of fourteen times or a month.

The results of this experiment support the hypothesis. The white mice started off with a begining average weight of 2 ounces, and gained an average of 1.25 ounces over the period of a month. The brown mice started off with an average weight of 2 ounces, and gained an average of 0.6 ounces. The black group (control) started off with an average weight of 2 ounces, and gained an average of 0.5 ounces.

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