This science fair project was conducted to ascertain if increasing the sample size of participants in a survey can produce more accurate results. The science fair project was done by determining the number of left-handed persons among 100 participants, 200 participants, 300 participants, 400 participants and 500 participants.

Difficulty: Elementary school

This survey was done to discover the relationship between the price of a Big Mac hamburger and the GDP per capita of a country.

Difficulty: High school

This project's objective is to conclude which is more economical to buy or to rent houses or apartments for different incomes. It will also determine the sufficient down payment, and the length of mortgage. Renting an apartment will probably be cheapest, followed by renting a home, buying an apartment, and buying a home should be most expensive. 15-year mortgage will most likely be cheaper than 30

Difficulty: Middle school

My objective was to determine which AI computer player wins the most games. I believe the more aggressive player, Type A, will win more games..

Difficulty: High school

The purpose of my project was to determine whether random chance alone or other factors affect the frequency of win/loss streaks in baseball. My hypothesis was that factors other than random chance affect the frequency of win/loss streaks in baseball.

Difficulty: High school

The objective was to determine if the use of a Gaussian probability device actually follows a repeatable, predictable model of a bell curve.

Difficulty: High school

The purpose of this experiment is to introduce students to probability, how it is used, and where it came from.

Difficulty: High school

By analyzing the recorded data of the past and developing mathematical tables, spreadsheets and graphs, I attempted to find conclusive patterns that would assist in future earthquake predictions.

Difficulty: Middle school

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magazines.

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