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# Statistics Coursework Ideas?!?! watch

1. I have an idea for a hypothesis, but I need to fine tune it so it is alright to do as coursework, my teacher says it is a good idea but I need to change it slightly thanks sir! anyway, my idea is about the difference between boys taste in music and girls, which I'm interested in, but how can i change it to be ellegable?

Signed SianMarie xx
2. have you got a brief or some criteria that it should fit? Because without knowing what the examiners want, i'm afraid we can't really help you.
3. (Original post by SianMarie)
I have an idea for a hypothesis, but I need to fine tune it so it is alright to do as coursework, my teacher says it is a good idea but I need to change it slightly thanks sir! anyway, my idea is about the difference between boys taste in music and girls, which I'm interested in, but how can i change it to be ellegable?

Signed SianMarie xx
height vs. weight of students is an easy option
4. correlation of shrew hair on faunagoo VS number of shrews caught?

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