How Does A Decision Matrix Become a Perfect Tool for Decision Making?

  1. Students should note down matching stuff in the space (between two subjects’ bubbles)
  2. After that, write down all mismatching data about the subjects that strongly recommend these corresponding subjects. You must mention them outside of each subject bubble.
  3. Application of filter is also acceptable here. It is worthy to apply when you wish to limit the scope of this Double Bubble Map.

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