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Q-How does room temp. affect student performance?
H-If the amount of room temp. increase,then........

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    What is your hypothesis about an increase of room temperature?

    This is not a good question. If the room temperature starts at 50 F, then an increase is bound to improve student performance. If the room temperature starts at 80 F, then the opposite would probably occur.

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    then wats the hypothesis

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    huh?????????????

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