What superstitions do you believe in? By: Bella Beuckens & Ryli Waisanen
Most Believable Superstitions We made a few graphs from the data we collected from random people and here is one of them:
Graphs Continued • Our second of the three graphs that we made is this one.
Last Of The Graphs • Our third and final graph looked like this:
What You Should Have Learned! • Together, we made this presentation for you so you could be informed on what superstitions are most believed in of the seven (7) choices they had (including “none of the above”). The information we collected came directly from your fellow peers at West Central and our family members using surveys and e-mail to receive our data. Thank you for being a respectful audience during our presentation! We really appreciate it!
The End • We appreciate you paying attention and taking part in our presentation. After this slide show we have some more things to show you on what we found out about the superstitions we did our project on!