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I will get a clipboard and make a chart; this chart will have a part to sign your consent for being part of my experimentation. Another part of the chart will contain an area to write your favorite color of skittle. I will take this chart around with me to multiple places. After this is complete and I am happy with the amount of data I have, I will count up how many people said each color and I will make a graph of this information. I will use a bar graph for this information; the x-axis will represent the colors, and the y-axis will represent the number of people who chose each color.

CONCLUSION

If the number of skittles in each bag is off by a few, my first hypothesis will be true. However, if there are many abnormally shaped skittles in each bag, my second hypothesis will be incorrect. Next, if all the bags of skittles have different percentages of skittles, my third hypothesis will be right. If the highest average percentage is yellow, then my fourth hypothesis will be accurate. Lastly, if the most amount of people vote for green apple then my last hypothesis will be