Bio Stats.docx - Jennifer Cabrera Math 110-02 Project Part 1 Oranges Their Juice In this project I decided to test how much orange juice I can obtain

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Jennifer Cabrera Math 110-02 February 22, 2019 Project Part 1 Oranges & Their Juice In this project I decided to test how much orange juice I can obtain from a navel orange depending on the circumference and the weight of the orange. My dependent variable for this experiment was how much orange juice I can obtain from one orange. My first independent variable would be the circumference of the navel orange. I chose this as an independent variable because for the most part when we pick out an orange we want a big one saying it will be juicier. My second independent variable would be the weight of the orange. A person would usually assume that because it is heavy it must have have a lot of its content inside. As I chose these 3 to be my variables, I believe that the bigger and heavier the orange is, the more juice it would produce. I had a sample size of 25 and my population for this project would be the navel oranges from the supermarket. I was interested mainly in doing this because I love how natural orange juice taste compared to the ones companies sell, so I wanted to see that if I only buy big and heavy oranges I would get the best amount of tasty orange juice. I feel like many people would benefit from this like restaurants which usually sell natural orange juice or nutritionists who usually do everything from scratch and promote organic/natural food and not something made from a company that has 35 grams of sugar.

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