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1/5/11 M&Ms --- DON’T EAT THEM YET!!!! In your notebook create a data sheet that looks like this: Hypothe sis Individu al Group Class N (total number) Brown Yellow Orange Red Blue Green
1/5/11 Hypothesis Develop 2 hypotheses about the M&Ms in your bag. l What color do you think you’ll have the most of? l What color do you think will have the least? l Do you think each bag will have the same number? The same color distributions? l Enter your guesses in the hypothesis section of you summary data sheet.

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1/5/11 Individual Count – Color Distribution (OK to eat once you have this recorded) Number Percentage Total Brown Yellow Orange Red Blue Green
1/5/11 Group Count – Combine the totals for each group member to create a group table. Calculate the mean number of M&Ms per bag within your group. And fill in the Number Percentage Total Brown Yellow Orange Red Blue Green

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1/5/11 Original Data Sheet – Fill in numbers for the individual and group.
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