You can view the article (the case), “The Man Who Got Honeywell’s Groove Backt”, by linking to the course EReserves Follow the Case Analysis Outline given in your syllabus. This is….
pply scientific method to laboratory investigations including designing experiments and interpreting quantitative information using graphs.
SLO2: Apply scientific method to laboratory investigations including designing experiments and interpreting quantitative information using graphs. Observation: A group of tutors observed that some students use their cell phones for off-task like texting and social media while studying (the “multi-taskers”) but other students do not use their cell phones while studying (the the single-taskers) Question: Is there a difference in test scores between the multi- taskers and the single-taskers? Experiment Design (5 questions, 1 point each 5 points total) 1. What is your hypothesis? 2. What 2 groups are being compared? 3. What is the independent variable? 4. What is the dependent variable? 5. Identify a control variable: Data analysis (2 questions, 2.5 points each 5 points total) The test results were as follows: Student Type (10 students total) Multi-tasker Multi-tasker Test Score out of 100 93 71 61 Single-tasker 82 79 84 52 90 81 Single-tasker Multi-tasker Multi-tasker Multi-tasker Single-tasker Single-tasker The average test score for the multi-taskers was: 75.8/100 The average test score for the single-taskers was: 80.4/100 1. Create a graph to indicate the results of the experiment. 2. Write a one sentence in your graph.