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I. Cutest kid when two are compared. Jess Stewart Ella Stewart May 1 st , 2007 Mrs. Stewart, P5. II. Purpose. Using surveys and opinion polls, we are going to decide if Ella is cuter than another child. III. Hypothesis. If we compare two children, then Ella will be considered the cutest.

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i cutest kid when two are compared

I. Cutest kid when two are compared

Jess Stewart

Ella Stewart

May 1st, 2007

Mrs. Stewart, P5

ii purpose
II. Purpose
  • Using surveys and opinion polls, we are going to decide if Ella is cuter than another child.
iii hypothesis
III. Hypothesis
  • If we compare two children, then Ella will be considered the cutest.

ELLA

BOB

iv materials
IV. Materials
  • Photos of Ella and another child
  • Ballot box
  • Voting slips
  • Pens
v procedure
V. Procedure

1) Set up a voting booth in a designated area

2) Display pictures of Ella and another child

3) Ask voters to choose the “cutest” child by marking an X next to that child’s name

4) Voters then put their ballots in the box

5) Once all votes are in, tally the votes

6) Record the data in a chart

vi data collection
VI. Data Collection
  • Comparison of two children with regards to cuteness
vi data collection1
VI. Data Collection
  • Comparison of Cuteness between two children

# of Votes

Children

viii conclusion
VIII. Conclusion
  • According to the data collected, our hypothesis was correct. Ella, when compared with another child, is voted as the cutest. If you look at the data collect, it shows out of 100 people’s votes, 95% of them chose Ella as the cutest. Bob only received 5% of the vote.
viii conclusion1
VIII. Conclusion
  • A few things might have affected our results. The quality of picture provided for voting may have had an effect. Bob’s picture was slightly smaller and of poorer quality than Ella’s. Also, some voters may have felt compelled to vote for Ella because her mother was involved in the data collection process.