teacherteacher Posted October 19, 2007 Report Share Posted October 19, 2007 (Moderation note: This thread formerly appeared in the thread 11533. It was moved to its own thread because it wasn’t relevant to the original threads topic, but a topic of its own.) In multiple choice tests, three-four answers are provided. How about when voting? If six choices are provided on a ballot, for only 115 total voters, isn't that providing invalid results? In other words, with so many choices (6), an unfair advantage may be given to a particular group? Help! I need this answered by tomorrow morning! $100,000 is riding on this for our school district! Thanks to anyone with info!! I'll even accept statistical theories for this one! :lightning Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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