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Instructions: You are going to make up data. you will think about your experiment and make up some numbers that make sense with your project. Then you are going to analyze that data.

(USE COWS WEIGHT AND 5 DIFFERENT WEIGHTS AND HOW MUCH EACH COW PRODUCED MILK PER HOUR)

You will put all of your data into a table. Be sure each column of your table is labeled and includes your appropriate units of measurement (WEIGHT OF COW IN KILOGRAMS AND HOW MUCH MILK IS PRODUCED IN ONE HOUR)

You have already learned how to find a mean and a standard deviation. If these are appropriate, do these types of statistical analysis. You could also find a percent error or use any other appropriate statistical analysis.

Using your data and/or your statistical analysis, create a figure (usually a graph). The last couple pages of this Assignment have a more detailed explanation of figures and tables.

The title of the lab report should state “A COMPARISON OF COWS WEIGHT TO MILK PRODUCED)

What to turn in:

Your results should be labeled as “Results”, just like your other sections.

At least one table that contains all of your data. Be sure to include the most appropriate units of measure.

At least one type of statistical analysis.

At least one figure that explains your data.

Summarizing Data in Tables

Tables should be identified by a number: Table 1, Table 2, etc. Each table should have a descriptive title at the top of the table (see Table 2). The data should be arranged with categories in separate columns. Table 2 is an example of a scientific table.

COW NUMBER COW WEIGHT COW PRODUCED

1 Y x

2 Y X

3 Y X

4 Y X

5 Y X

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Summarizing Data in Figures

Graphs have an x and a y axis. The independent variable is plotted on the x axis and the dependent variable is plotted on the y axis. Each axis is labeled with the name of the variable and the units the variable was measured in.