If I did an experiment investigating which sugar caused yeast to respire more and for glucose my starting height was 23 and my ending height was 27... after 15 minutes. How do I calculate the volume...

If I did an experiment investigating which sugar caused yeast to respire more and for glucose my starting height was 23 and my ending height was 27...

after 15 minutes. How do I calculate the volume change?

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I am assuming that you set up several yeast fermentations using different sugars in each separate batch and measured the height of the foam formed on top using a ruler (or perhaps the amount of CO2 produced directly by measuring water displaced).  Assuming that you are running each fermentation in the same...

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