Production took place, Applied Statistics

Scenario: To fundraise for middle school camp the year 3 and 4 syndicate designed and produced chocolate treats to sell to the year 1 and 2, and year 5 and 6 students at morning tea.  Lots of planning took place prior to every group of students presenting the treat they had designed.  Before production took place, the year 3s and 4s voted to select their top ten treats, taking account of their customers' needs and wants.

 

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