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A middle school student is doing a math project in which she has to make a graph of the different ways students get to school. To collect her data, she stands under the bus canopy and asks 100 students how they normally get to school. Is her data valid? Why or why not?

A)
No. She didn't interview enough people.

B)
Yes. Most middle school students ride the bus.

C)
Yes. She interviewed a large enough sample of students.

D)
No. Students under the bus canopy are more likely to ride the bus.

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  1. Duhh-- D must be the answer!

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    Ms. Sue
  2. No. She didn't interview enough people.

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  3. Is it b or d just say the answer

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  4. you all are fools because you wont agree on an answer

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  5. what is it you all agree on an answer

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  6. its b

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  7. its d

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  8. it is d your right it is.

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