Shoe Size

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Introduction
I will be completing an experiment to investigate whether or not children’s shoes sizes increase with age. I have designed a simply questionnaire which I feel is the best way to complete this experiment. My objectives are to get a few friends and family member to complete the questionnaire. I want to keep this investigation as fair and accurate as possible.

Aim
My aim is to investigate if children’s shoe sizes increases as they age. I want to understand the relationship between a person’s age and their shoe size. I will test my hypothesis by completing the experiment; once I get the results from my investigation I can examine them and see if my hypothesis was correct or incorrect.

Hypothesis - As children age their shoes size increases.

Null Hypothesis – As children age their shoes size does not increase.
Method
I created a simply questionnaire, I thought this would be the best method possible to investigate the relationship between a child’s shoe size and age. The reason I choice to use a questionnaire as my method is because, it is a quick and easy way to get accurate personal information, about my participants with their permission. Considering a lot of my participant would be children I tried to make the questionnaire very easy and simple. For the children too young to complete it I got a family member to fill it in on their behalf. A questionnaire was also a good method because I would have written proof from my participants.

Design
I designed a questionnaire that would be easy and quick for my participants to fill out. I didn’t want to waste any of my participant’s time. I...
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