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Ok so basically we have to choose a topic of interest and then survey it... one that you can obtain numerical data from that has the potential to have responses with a significant amount of variation.

and then create a question to ask/investigate. Be sure this question is a relevant one and also void of bias.

please help me with this much then ill do the data, graphs etc:D thankyou soo much

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    the number of students in your class who have pets -- and how many

    height and/or weights of people in your class

    number of electronic gadgets (cell phones, computers, I-pods, etc.) in the home of each student

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    You're welcome.

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