Conclusion
In this lesson you have determined what you believe the best is, figured out how to read statistics, and displayed the data to prove that you have chosen the best person out of the five people given. In this process you have figured a lot out about yourself. You have determined what you believe ethically determines someones worth. You have also used what you already knew about tables, charts, and graphs to figure out who meets this criteria. Finally, you learned how to take statistics and twist them to fit your needs. I hope you will see that data can be manipulated to work for many different situations.
What if you would have decided on a different definition of what "the best"means. Would that have changed what statistics you were looking for? Would that make you choose a different person to be the best? Are there companies that rank people according to athletic stats or their looks? Can you come up with a few organizations that do this? Are there other people out there that meet your criteria? How many people meet your definition of "the best"? Can you determine how the following resources decided who their best was?
What if you would have decided on a different definition of what "the best"means. Would that have changed what statistics you were looking for? Would that make you choose a different person to be the best? Are there companies that rank people according to athletic stats or their looks? Can you come up with a few organizations that do this? Are there other people out there that meet your criteria? How many people meet your definition of "the best"? Can you determine how the following resources decided who their best was?
Reflection
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