### (solved)Mathematical relationships are established with at least two variables, but often, they have more variables.. . . . .

Mathematical relationships are established with at least two variables, but often, they have more variables. When first evaluating a topic or problem, a researcher may think there is a relationship between variables; however, this relationship cannot be verified until a hypothesis is developed and tested by gathering and analyzing data.Find a mathematical relationship you are interested in studying. Submit a document that includes the following:-An explanation of why this relationship should be studied-A statement of what you hope to learn from studying this relationship-Develop a research question related to the topic that you would like to study in further detail

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