Mass (g) +/- 0.01 grams Drop height (centimeters) +/- 3.00 Shell

53.47 45 No crack

56.78 45 Cracked

59.33 35 No crack

52.96 35 No crack

55.33 40 No crack

58.44 40 Cracked

My question is on how I should go about representing the value of an egg's maximum height before it cracks. I have 5 data tables like the one below. I need to show a point for which an egg is at its highest point without cracking. I was hoping you would know of a solution to my conundrum. I saw that 70% of the eggs broke at the top of the range (this being 5 centimeters above the central value). 20% of the eggs broke at and 5 centimeters below the middle value. I got the percentages from all five of my trials, which meant that ten eggs were dropped from each value range (Middle, Maximum or 5 cm above middle, and minimum 5 centimeters below middle). I was hoping you could shed some light on the situation.

The masses are irrelevant. While there ma be a trend with a higher mass and a higher probability of cracking, I only care about the heights.

If you need the other data tables, I can send them

Again, I'm looking for the best way to represent the possible value for the maximum height an egg can be dropped without breaking