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anonymous
 one year ago
Katie is walking in an orange grove. She looks at all of the orange trees. She wants to find out how many seeds are in each orange.
What can she do to collect data?
Gather a few oranges and see how many seeds are in each.
Plant an orange seed and see how much fruit grows on the tree.
Count the number of trees in the grove.
Measure each tree to see how tall it is.
anonymous
 one year ago
Katie is walking in an orange grove. She looks at all of the orange trees. She wants to find out how many seeds are in each orange. What can she do to collect data? Gather a few oranges and see how many seeds are in each. Plant an orange seed and see how much fruit grows on the tree. Count the number of trees in the grove. Measure each tree to see how tall it is.

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DanJS
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1she needs to have some oranges to record how many oranges of the group have each number of seeds
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