Bruce believes that male students in his physics course spend more time working on homework than female students. His teacher and classmates are skeptical, so they asked him for proof. Which of the following would be the best way for Bruce to prove his point? a. Survey the class over a week’s time, asking if they did or did not work on physics homework b. Make a class data table, and ask the class to record hours spent on homework each day when they enter the classroom c. Have students record homework time in a class data table every day, tally up the time, and make a bar graph contrasting male and female homework times d. Ask students to estimate hours spent on homework for the first semester, and tally up the time for males and females
a is the correct answer
C is the correct answer. It involves more extensive comparing.