Reasons why the results might not be correct, along with a description of ways in which the study could be improved.

1. List of data collected along with a description of how the data were obtained.
2. Description of the method of analysis.
3. Relevant graphs and/or statistics, including displays from technology.
4. Statement of conclusions.
5. Reasons why the results might not be correct, along with a description of ways in which the study could be improved. (May use a convenience sample as long as you explain how your sampling method is flawed and how it could have been improved with sufficient resources of time, money, and effort.)

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