Figure 10 summarizes the data of the four graphs. Figures 6 through 9 depict our data in graph form. The blue lines represent Trial 1 and the orange lines represent Trial 2. The first floor window sill is 21.33 m away from the reptile room, the second 19.69 m, the third 16.22 m, and the fourth 14.44 m. There was one crack present on the second floor.
The first graph, Figure 6, depicts the relationship between the number of dead bugs and distance from reptiles. In Trial 1 and Trial 2, zero dead bugs were found on the first and second floors. Two were found on the third floor in each trial. Four dead bugs were found on the fourth floor in Trial 1 and three were found in Trial 2. Therefore, a greater number of bugs were found on floors three and four when compared to floors one and two.
The second graph, Figure 7, depicts the relationship between the number of live bugs and distance from reptiles. In Trial 1 and Trial 2, zero live bugs were found on the first and second floor. In Trial 1, one live bug was found on both the third and fourth floor, and in Trial 2, zero live bugs were found on the third and fourth floors. Although few were observed, there was a greater number of bugs found on floors three and four.
The third graph, Figure 8, depicts the floor number versus the distance from reptiles. The first floor is the farthest from the reptile room and the fourth floor is the closest.
The fourth graph, Figure 9, depicts spider webs versus the distance from reptiles. Generally, there were many spider webs on the upper three floors for each trial with the least amount on the second floor.