Here we're being asked to design a survey toe. Look at Syrians opinions about current movies. Obviously, I'm not gonna lay out all 10 questions and survey 50 students and have access to those. But let's just look at a couple questions that we could be asking and examples of what we could present and graft that data, right? So movies, for example. One question we could ask is a about finding Dorrie finding Finding Nemo. Ah, Finding Nemo. We could ask students whether or not they liked final. Did you like Finding Nemo? Could be a question on the survey. Then students read their answer yes or no, right? And then So let's say we would graphics at the bar plot. So on the X axis we would have. Yes, I like Finding Nemo or no, I did not like Finding Nemo. And then here we go number. Since we're asking 50 students, the max could be 50 and then it should be like 25 then zero. Right? So let's say a lot of people like Finding Nemo. Let's say to then the rest did it, so we would know that the majority of people like finding evil, and this would be a way we can look at a graph. Another question is to compare Ah, finding Nemo in finding Dorrie, right? So Nemo versus story. So the question we could ask would be, ah, rate Finding Nemo and finding Dorrie on a scale of out of 10. Right? And then we could see if somebody who like tiny but would also like to finding gory. So the question is, what? How much do you like finding Nemo on a scale, Understand? And how much you like finding Dorrie on a scale of 1 to 10? Right? And that is just something else you could graph, right? So maybe on the X axis we would have Nemo and the Y Axis, we would have Doory we want to find if liking Finding Nemo makes you more likely toe like finding Dorrie Zo 05 right and then 10 just how they would rate it. So, 10 maybe you really like that movie. So let's say a student was pretty ambivalent towards both right. They gave both movies of five, and maybe another student just really hated finding the old but kind of liked finding Dorrie. And they would, like fall somewhere here. Maybe another student really liked both movies and other student. Really? Like finding a needle, but found finding Dorrie just okay. And then we would just keep populating the graph right where the X axis is. So you had a fire? Uh, the X axis is how you would rate Finding Nemo and the Y axis is how you rate finding Dorrie. And then we have enough get a correlation, right? And a positive trend line. So just that that these are just two ways you could graft your dad, right? Finding Nemo versus finding Dorrie and how much somebody likes a movie. So these are just two examples of questions you can ask. Obviously, you're gonna get asked a lot more, and then maybe you can present more data, do these with different movies, or maybe come up with your own questions and ways to graph the data.