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Are boys taller than Girls? Do girls catch up to boys by year 11?

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Are boys taller than Girls? Do girls catch up to boys by year 11? Are younger people more out of proportion? I will need lots of data to answer these questions. The Data I need to do this piece of coursework will be obtained from the Alun School database I will use it to make graphs like a cumulative frequency graph. This will help me to find the median and the interquartile ranges. This is the Data I will use Year Favourite Colour Gender Travel to school Eye Colour Hair Colour Watching TV Hand Span Height Circumference of head Length of arm Span Length of forearm right foot left foot 7 Blue M Bus Brown Brown 4 hrs or more 17 150 56 154 25 22 22 7 Orange M Bus Brown Brown 4 hrs or more 18 148 54 152 25 22 22 7 M Car Brown Brown 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 17.5 160 55 147 23 22 22 7 Blue M Bus Brown Brown 4 hrs or more 17 152 42 150 22 22 24 7 Red M Car Blue Brown 4 hrs or more 16 140 52 154 21 22 22 7 Blue M Taxi Brown Brown 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 16 150 54 147 21 22 22 7 Red M ...read more.

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hr to 2 hr 59 min 17.5 164 53 158.5 23 21 21 11 F Walk Blue Brunette 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 17 162 54 150 22 21 21 11 Blue F Bus Brown Brunette 2 hr to 2 hr 59 min 17 157 50 150 22 21 21 11 Blue F Walk Blue Ginger 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 15 152 53 147 21 21 21 11 Violet F Walk Blue Brown 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 18 158 55 151 21 21 21 11 Blue F Bus Blue Blonde 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 20 175 46 60 19 21 21.5 11 Blue F Walk Brown 4 hrs or more 16 158 56 143 25 20 22 11 Yellow F Bus Brown Brown 1 hr to 1 hr 59 min 15 156 56 147 24 20 20 11 Violet F Bus Green Blonde 2 hr to 2 hr 59 min 16 167 47 157 23 20 19 11 Blue F Walk Blue Blonde 4 hrs or more 15 149 52 151 22 20 20 11 F Bus Blue Brown 2 hr to 2 hr 59 min 17 161 53 160 19.4 19.5 20.5 11 Blue F Car Grey Blonde 2 hr to 2 hr 59 min 15 145 55 138 ...read more.

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179 176 151 155 170 172 170 164 181 165 170 163 164 171 170 169 164 153 169 153 162 163 169 165 167.5 170 170 174 186 188 170 42 189 153 165 169 160 151 Conclusion By looking at the first two line graphs you can see that the boy's heights are higher along the measurements overall than the girls. This is true for both year 7 and year 11. The girls have caught up to boys. You can see this by looking at the lines. In year 7 the boys are well ahead of the girls but by year 11 the peaks of the girl's lines are a lot closer to the boy's peaks. It is also true that the younger pupils are more out of proportion than the older. Again we can see that this by looking at the lines. If the line is straight then the pupils are out of proportion but if the line is about the same distance from the arm span as the height then they are less out of proportion. The yr 7 line is straighter than the yr 11 line. I also found out that the most favourable colour of all the pupils in yr 11 and 7 is blue the least liked colour is orange. Owen Parry Mathematics coursework ...read more.

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