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# Carnegie Learning Algebra 2 Answer Key

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## Carnegie Learning Algebra Ii

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16 6.5 Designing a Study and Analyzing the Results Analyze the validity of conclusions based on statistical analysis of data. Design a sample survey, observational study, or experiment to answer a question. Conduct a sample survey, observational study, or experiment to collect data. Summarize the data of your sample survey, observational study, or experiment. Analyze the data of your sample survey, observational study, or experiment. Summarize the results and justify conclusions of your sample survey, observational study, or experiment. 9.S-IC.. 9.S-IC.. 9.S-IC..3 9.S-IC..4 9.S-IC..5 9.S-IC..6 Carnegie Learning Algebra II 6 of 6