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Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
Footprint observation and inference
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Footprint observation and inference

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  • 1. • Qualitative Observation: Quality. This is an observation about the quality of an object: color, shape, texture, etc. • Ex: The shirt is blue. The school is hot. • Quantitative Observation: Quantity. This is an observation that includes numbers. • Ex: There is one shirt. It is 91 degrees.
  • 2. Section 1 Qualitative Observation: Quantitative Observation: Inference: Section 2 Qualitative Observation: Quantitative Observation: Inference: ***there are 6 total sections (label your paper accordingly)
  • 3. Footprint Homework: Write a description or story that fully explains the entire footprint puzzle. Be sure to include a number of observations that you made during class.

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