Unformatted text preview: text) you will use . 6. Variable(s) to be measured and type of measurement (frequency, period of time, distance traveled, etc): 7. Study site (should be as close of a natural environment as possible): 8. How are you going to divide up the periods of observation? (You are required to do 10 hours of observation, but we strongly suggest that you divide this time up into smaller chunks.) 9. What equipment (if any) will you be using for the observations? (e.g., thermometer, stopwatch, binoculars) 10. On the back, please draw an example of a graph you might use to present your data. Consider what your data would have to look like to reject your hypotheses....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course MAN 320F taught by Professor Passovoy during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
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