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The Situation For the numerical section of our packaging project, I have decided to survey CD covers. Having a broad mind for music a have a variety of music in my collection. My favourite type of music is dance/trance because I like music with a beat which can be danced to in the likes of a night club. Planning A problem with this selection is what variant to use to classify the CDs, obviously size would not be an ideal choice because there is no variation. One possible unit of measurement is colour, most CD covers use colour to make them more recognisable, appealing or eye-catching to a possible purchaser. Obviously some covers will be better decorated than others and thus will display a whole rainbow of colours, these can be classed as having 'lots' of colours. ...read more.


Artist Title No. of Colours Image Atomic Kitten Whole Again 1 Y Barthezz On The Move 2 N Black Out Mr DJ Lots Y Daft Punk Digital Love 2 N Damage Still Be Loving You 3 Y Daniel Bedingfield Gotta Get Thru This 1 N Delerium Innocente 1 Y Dido Hear With Me 2 Y Heaven's Cry "Till Tears Do Us Part" 1 N Ian Van Dahl Will I Lots Y Ian Van Dahl Castles In The Sky 3 Y Lange Drifting Away Lots Y Leann Rimes I Need You 1 N Marc Et Claude Loving You Lots Y Mauro Picotto Komodo 3 N PPK Resurection 2 N Push The Lagacy 3 Y Shaggy Angel 3 Y Westlife Uptown Girl 1 N X-ite Let Me Love You 1 N Results... ...read more.


100 Percent (%) 50 1 Colour 2 Colours 3 Colours 4 Colours Conclusions The bar chart above clearly shows that there is a link between the number of colours on a CD and the chance that the CD contains an image - the more colours on the CD, the greater the chance that the CD contains an image. For example, 100% of the CDs containing 4 or more colours had images on them, 80% of CDs with 3 colours on contained images and only 25% of CDs containing 2 colours had images. This is all easy to understand, however I do believe that the results are not totally conclusive, probably a little vague and could be made more accurate. The results could possibly be improved if more CDs were used in the survey or a broader variety of types of music were introduced to get a better overall summary. ...read more.

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