just do the experiment... but i think so.
The rate at which a candle burns has little to do with the wick. It's all about the wax. When a candle is burning, what's actually on fire is the wax. Yes, the wick burns down along with the rest of the candle, but only the top of it is incinerated. The wick acts as, well, a wick. Liquid wax goes into the wick and up along its fibers by capillary action when a candle is burning. You are familiar with capillary action. That's where liquids, or the atoms or molecules of those liquids, climb around along or inside porous materials. Get a little drop of grease on a shirt, and soon there's a spot as big as a saucer,or at least it seems like it. (The size of the spot will be proportional to how much we like the shirt.) That's capillary action. The molten wax climbs up the wick and is burned when a candle is alight. There are different mixes of wax that permit longer burning, but that begets another question.
how does the size of a ball on a plunger affect the amplitude of a wave
As long as they have the same density and mass, size will not affect it
No that is to do with density differences not size differences,
no your head size does not affect how far you jump. Whoever this is who said that is what Mr. Ayetiwa said your wrong.
There is no way to tell unless you know the size of the candle, the exact makeup and proportions, the environment surrounding the candle etc.
The Smaller the jar the less oxygen, the bigger the jar the more oxygen, and since the candle lives of oxygen the biggest jar with the candle in it will take the longest to burn.
It depends on the size of the candle and what its made of.
A candle can burn depending on the size of it and the length or waxing of the string
Depends on the size of the cup.
The shape and angle of candle will effect how long a candle burns because when a candles reaches the middle of glass jar candle, the lack of oxygen to feed the fire causes it to go out.
No the colour of candle does not make any difference. its more over the size and shape of the candle
it depends on the size of the candle. no it really doesnt! so be quitte
the colored ones have chemicals in it that makes it burn faster
The rate at which a candle burns is dependent on the size and composition of the wick, and the thickness, composition, and melting / vaporization rate of the candle wax. Color is not the dominant factor. Wind and temperature will also affect the rate of burning.
It depends on the size of the candle, its capacity, and the materials it is made of. Every candle will burn for a different amount of time. It will also be affected by the conditions surrounding it (temp., wind, climate, humidity, etc)