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Which situation should be analyzed using bivariate data?

1) Ms. saleem keeps list of the amount of time her daughter spends on her social studies homework.

2) Mr. Benjamin tries to see if his students'shoe sizes are directly related to their heilghts.

3)Mr. DeStefan records his customers' best video game scores during the summer.

4) Mr. Chan keep track of his daughter's algebra grades for the quarter.

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Which one measures two variables related to the subjects?

You should be able to answer this question as restated.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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