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Is it ok if I conduct an experiment?
I want to see how many students in our class use mechanical pencils more that regular pencils. I hypotheses half of the class uses regular pencils too.
One day, girl named Sophie observed the kids in her school. Then she asked a question.
*She counted hers too*
Sophie said her hypothesis and everyone in the class agreed into doing the experiment.
So everyone in her class came over to Sophie's table and made groups to show who had mechanical and who had regular pencils. Her plan is to have everyone raise their hands to show who had what.
Ok, so I got the results on the experiment. So my hypothesis was correct, half of the class uses regular pencils and the other half uses mechanical.
Then Sophie graphed down the data from both sides onto her paper. Then everyone went back to there seats.
After that she studied all of the scores, and did the math to find the percentage of the scores.
To conclude, Sophie got to do her experiment for the whole period and was happy she got to do her own experiment in class.
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