Changes in a particular plant , Applied Statistics

Scenario : Mrs dick's year 1s and 2s carried out a level-one science investigation to explain the changes in a particular plant over a period of time.  As part of the investigation, the students explored disimilar environments/conditions for growing bean seeds, collected data and used the results to make sense of their investigation.

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