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What I am going to find out-1. ~ Does age affect the music styles you like?2. ~ Does having children encourage parents to listen to more modern styles?3. ~ Do females spend longer listening to music than males?

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???Jake Crockford ? ??10FG ? ? Statistics Coursework ? Statistics Coursework: Project Design Project Title: Musical Styles What I am going to find out- 1. ~ Does age affect the music styles you like? 2. ~ Does having children encourage parents to listen to more modern styles? 3. ~ Do females spend longer listening to music than males? 4. ~ Is the '70s most popular in the 41-45 age group 5. ~ Do year 10s spend more time listening to music than year 7s? Hypothesis 1 Age does affect the music styles you like; more 11-15 year olds will prefer "Emo" music than older people. I need to know:- * Age group * Preferred music styles I will show this data by using tally charts for each age group like this: Age 21-25 Style � Frequency '50s � / '60s � /// '70s � / '80s � // '90s � Classical � / Etc � I will use the mode to show what are the favoured styles for each age group to see whether different ages like different styles. The only statistical calculation I will use for this hypothesis is the mode. Hypothesis 2 Having children does encourage parents to listen to more modern styles. I need to know:- * Whether they have children * Age of person * Age of child/children I will show this data by firstly deciding how modern the music styles are and representing them with numbers for instance classical music could have a 'modernity' of 1 and blues could have a modernity of 2 etc. Then I will calculate the average modernity for the parents of each group and represent it in a line graph. For example- I collected information from 4 adults who had children aged 6-10 Adult 1 had a modernity of 4 Adult 2 had a modernity of 4 Adult 3 had a modernity of 6 Adult 4 had a modernity of 3 Average modernity of parents of children aged 6-10= 4.25 I will then do this with each age group (of children) ...read more.

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� / Musicals � Heavy metal � / Rap � Emo � Screamo � Rock � /// Country � // Dance � Indie � Indian � African � Carribean � Urban � Mode: Rock 'n' Roll Aged 61-65 Style Frequency '50s � // '60s � //// '70s � / '80s � // '90s � Classical � Jazz � Blues � //// Soul � / Rock 'n' Roll � // Punk � Pop � // R&B � Hip hop � Reggae � /// Musicals � //// Heavy metal � Rap � Emo � Screamo � Rock � Country � // Dance � Indie � Indian � African � Carribean � / Urban � Mode: '50s, Rock 'n' Roll Aged 66+ Style Frequency '50s � /// '60s � // '70s � '80s � '90s � Classical � /// Jazz � // Blues � / Soul � Rock 'n' Roll � //// Punk � Pop � R&B � Hip hop � Reggae � Musicals � / Heavy metal � Rap � Emo � Screamo � Rock � Country � // Dance � Indie � Indian � African � Carribean � Urban � Mode: Rock 'n' Roll All modes of age groups: * 11-15 = Rock * 16-20 = Rock * 21-25 = R&B * 26-30 = '80s, R&B, Indie * 31-35 = '80s, '90s, Pop * 36-40 = '80s * 41-45 = '80s * 46-50 = Soul, Rock 'n' Roll, Country * 51-55 = Rock * 56-60 = Rock 'n' Roll * 61-65 = '50s, Rock 'n' Roll * 66+ = Rock 'n' Roll From this I can gather that different age groups do like different styles because there are differing modes. I can also support my hypothesis, that more 11-15 year olds will like emo music than older people, is true:- Percentage of 11-15 year olds that like emo music = 23% Percentage of 16+ year olds that like emo music = 4.5% As 23% is greater than 4.5% this supports my hypothesis that emo is most popular in the 11-15 age group than any other. ...read more.

Conclusion

11 = 7.21363636... Modernity of adults with children aged 11-15 - 7.21 Modernity of adults with children aged 16-20 Adult 1- 5+6+8+9+2+5+8.5+8+9+7+10+9 = 86.5 86.5?12 = 7.2083333... Average modernity 7.21 Adult 2- 7+8+9+6+8.5+8+10+9+7+8+9 = 89.5 89.5?11 = 8.13636363636... Average modernity 8.14 Adult 3- 5+6+7+6+5+8+10+7+7 = 61 61?9 = 6.7777... Average modernity 6.78 Adult 4- 6+7+8+9+6+8 = 44 44?6 = 7.3333... Average modernity 7.33 Adult 5- 5+6+7+8+9+2+2+6+5+8+10+7+8+7+3+9 = 102 102?16 = 6.375 Average modernity 6.38 Adult 6- 6+7+8+6+8 = 35 35?5 = 7 Average modernity 7 Adult 7- 5+6+7+8+9+1+2+2+6+5+8.5+8+9+7+2+10+7+9 = 120 120?18 = 6.6666... Average modernity 6.67 Modernity of adults with children aged 16-20 - 7.21 + 8.14 + 6.78 + 7.33 + 6.38 + 7 + 6.67 = 49.51 49.52 ? 7 = 7.0729 Modernity of adults with children aged 16-20 - 7.07 Modernity of adults with children aged 21-25 Adult 1- 6+7+8+6+8 = 35 35?5 = 7 Average modernity 7 Adult 2- 5+6+7+8+9+2+2+6+5+8+10+7+8+7+3+9 = 102 102?16 = 6.375 Average modernity 6.38 Adult 3- 7+8+9+6+8.5+8+10+9+7+8+9 = 89.5 89.5?11 = 8.13636363636... Average modernity 8.14 Adult 4- 6+7+8+9+6+5+8+10+3 = 62 62?9 = 6.8888... Average modernity 6.89 Adult 5- 5+6+7+9+2+2+6+5+8.5+8+10+9+7+8+7+3+9+4 = 124 124?18 = 6.8888... Average modernity 6.89 Modernity of adults with children aged 21-25 - 7 + 6.38 + 8.14 + 6.89 + 6.89 = 35.3 35.3?5 = 7.06 Modernity of adults with children aged 21-25 - 7.06 Modernity of adults with children aged 26+ Adult 1- 5+6+7+8+9+2+2+6+5+8+10+7+8+7+3+9 = 102 102?16 = 6.375 Average modernity 6.38 Adult 2- 5+2+2+3 = 12 12?4 = 3 Average modernity 3 Adult 3- 6+2+6+5+3 = 22 22?5 = 4.4 Adult 4- 5+6+7+1+2+5+7+2+4 = 39 39?9 = 4.3333... Average modernity 4.33 Modernity of adults with children aged 26+ - 6.38 + 3 + 4.4 + 4.33 = 18.06 18.06 ? 4 = 4.515 Modernity of adults with children aged 26+ - 4.52 ?? ?? ?? ?? Jake Crockford 10FG 0 ...read more.

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