From the results it is clear that the elodea placed in natural light had given off more carbon dioxide than the artificial light. In other words, the more drops that is needed to turn the water pink the more carbon dioxide is given off. Therefore, the results did support my hypothesis, that the elodea from the natural light will photosynthesis and require more sodium hydroxide drops than the one under the artificial light. But that the elodea from the artificial did not photosynthesized more, and needed less drops of sodium hydroxide which resulted in less carbon dioxide given off.
This can relate to real world because some plants are gown in greenhouse and this may explain why it take more time for it to photosynthesized. However, the experiment