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Helen Liu MDM4U DMI: A Hypothesis Hypothesis: People who have longer legs run faster than those with shorter legs. Justification: I believe that my hypothesis is correct because people with longer legs will have longer strides and will be able to cover more distance with each step, thus making them faster than those with shorter legs. Main Variables: Length of Legs (Quantitative, Continuous) Running Speed (Quantitative, Continuous) Other Variables: Age (Quantitative, Continuous)
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