Vitreous’ theory that the distance from the outer edge of one shoulder to the outer edge of the opposite shoulder is equal to h of a person’s eight, is a general guideline to how the human body is sized. As you can see from the data, the division is all really close to four. Subject three had perfect data to prove Vitreous correct, with the division of 4.
If every answer was four, then his theory would be proven correct. The mean of all the divisions is 3. 97, which is extremely close to four. I think that Vitreous’ theory is correct, because there were probably several errors made that changed the data. When we measured height, some people wanted to keep their shoes on which caused the measurements to be inaccurate. Some students were wearing thick sweatshirts that caused the shoulder measurements to alter.
If everyone was barefoot and wearing thin clothing, then I think that the experiment would have gone better. I noticed from looking at the data, that the shoulder measurement is related to the height. When a subjects shoulder length is a large number, then the height is usually a higher number. For example, subject ten’s shoulder measurement was 14 inches, and their height was 63 inches. Subject ass’s shoulder measurement was 18 inches and their height was 73. 5 inches.