• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month
Page
  1. 1
    1
  2. 2
    2
  3. 3
    3
  4. 4
    4
  5. 5
    5
  6. 6
    6
  7. 7
    7
  8. 8
    8
  9. 9
    9
  10. 10
    10
  11. 11
    11
  12. 12
    12
  13. 13
    13
  14. 14
    14
  15. 15
    15
  16. 16
    16
  17. 17
    17
  18. 18
    18

am going do this by going to different shops and checking the prices of the furniture that I am going to buy. Then I am going to put the data I collected in the table and compare them to see the difference.

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

COURSEWORK CONTENT PAGES INTRODUCTION ROOM MEASURMENTS/DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS FURNITURE MEASURMENTS/DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS FURNITURE PRICES FURNITURE MEASURMENTS IN DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS FURNITURE/ROOM MEASURMENTS FURNITURE DAT I AM BUYING CONCLUSION QUESTIONNAIRE/RESULTS GRAPHS ROOM LAYOUT Introduction In my coursework, I will measure my room's length and width. To check what are the dimensions of my room. Which will help fit the furniture accurately in my room. In this task I was given an amount of �1000, in which I had to buy the furniture and decorate my room. My aim was to get all the things for my room at a suitable price that will be within my budget that I have set. I am going do this by going to different shops and checking the prices of the furniture that I am going to buy. Then I am going to put the data I collected in the table and compare them to see the difference. Which will give me an idea of what the furniture cost and the price difference. I am going to draw bar, pie charts and scatter graph and put the data I collected in the graphs to see what is the difference in prices and which is the best price to buy the furniture. METHOD * Measure my room's length/height and width * Buy furniture that will suit my room measurements * Compare furniture price to see which shop is selling the furniture at a discount price. ...read more.

Middle

CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 99 220 180 288 CHEAP 85 150 109 153 INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 80 90 90 90 CHEAP 40 15 30 40 INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 220 200 270 190 CHEAP 100 80 100 90 INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 100 170 120 99 CHEAP 25 70 70 50 INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 320 280 350 280 Beds INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 99 220 180 288 WARDOBE INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 80 90 90 90 COMPUTER CHAIR INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 220 200 270 190 SIDEBOARD INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE EXPENSIVE 100 170 120 99 COMPUTER TABLE INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE CHEAP 85 80 200 130 BEDS INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE CHEAP 85 150 109 153 WARDOBE INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE CHEAP 40 15 30 40 COMPUTER CHAIR INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE CHEAP 100 80 100 90 SIDEBOARD INDEX ARGOS CHOICE HOMEBASE CHEAP 25 70 70 50 COMPUTER TABLE The pie chart above show's me the money that will be spent on each item in percentage and it will also tell me how much money is going to be spent from my budget that I have. MEARUSMENTS IN DIFFERENT UNITS Beds Wardrobe Computer chair Sideboard Computer table Mean-expensive � 307.50 �196.75 �110.00 �220.00 �122.25 Median-expensive �320.00 �200.00 �85.00 �210.00 �110.00 Range-expensive �70.00 �189.00 �10.00 �80.00 �71.00 Mean-cheap �123.75 �124.25 �31.25 �92.50 �53.75 Median-cheap �107.50 �51.80 �22.50 �80.00 �50.00 Range-cheap �120.00 �68.00 �25.00 �20.00 �45.00 ...read more.

Conclusion

Computer Every 3 year �101-�50 DIY 5 21-30 Red Paint Carpet Single bed TV DvD Less then �50 Less then �50 DIY 6 41-50 Green Paint Laminate Double bed TV DvD Every 3 year Less then �50 DIY 7 Under 20 Blue Wallpaper Carpet Double bed TV DvD Twice a year More then �250 DIY 8 Under 20 Red Wallpaper Real wood Single bed TV DvD Less then 1 a year More then �250 DIY 9 Under 20 Red Wallpaper Carpet Double bed TV Twice a year �50-�100 DIY 10 Under 20 Brown Paint Laminate Single bed Computer Every year �101-�250 DIY QUESTIONNAIRE 1-How old are you? Under 21 21-30 31-40 41-50 0ver 50 2-Your favourite colour Red brown blue green purple black pink Orange white other 3-If you wanted to redecorate your bedroom what would you do? Paint wallpaper use wooding panelling 4-What type of flooring does your bedrooms have? Real wood carpet Laminate vinyl other 5-What type of bed you have? Single bed bunk bed double bed other 6-What electrical tem you have in your room? Tv Tv-DvD Computer Play station Home theatre Audio other none 7-How often you redecorate your room? Less than a year twice a year more then twice Every year every 2 year every 3 year 8-How much money would you spend decorating your room? Less than �50 �50-100 �101-250 more than �250 9-Do you Pay a professional DIY ?? ?? ?? ?? Atif Eshaque Kamal 1 ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Resistant Materials section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Resistant Materials essays

  1. I'm going to design an artefact that will alert me whenever my brother enters ...

    Electrical Safety- This device will operate of a 9volt battery and therefore presents no electrical hazards. Ease Of Use- This device will be easy to use and install so that anyone can operate it. Storage- Storage is not applicable to this device as it will be permanently secured above my bedroom door.

  2. I am going to look at the different types of equipment that are need ...

    For those who want a stronger stroke. * 8" x 20" spoon blade delivers greater power. An advanced STM material promotes greater durability. Push-button takedown. * Lengths: (in inches) 78, 84, 90, 96, 102, 108. * Shaft Diameter: 1 1/8".

  1. Sports Equipment -To carry out tests on different types of grip.

    for one minute. And then I will measure them in that way if I sand the four points at the same time limit they will be fair. MATERIALS USED 1) Wooden Cube 2) Sanding paper 3) Point of the trainer (Shoe) 4) Measuring clamp METHOD 1)

  2. My aim of this experiment is to recognize which material is the greatest sound ...

    the amount of sound detected by the decibel meter decreases as more sound is insulated by the added insulating materials. The graph indicates that the overall best insulating material is Polystyrene, which is followed by cardboard, bubble-wrap and finally polythene which I had predicted would be the worst insulating material of sound.

  1. Describe the layout and furniture of aTypical Athenian house.

    Temples and law-courts. The second method was to use light materials and build only one story high, this method was used for normal houses. Each house was built round a courtyard, which usually contained a well in the middle, if it didn't the slaves had to go and fetch fresh water from the nearest fountain or public spring.

  2. I am going to study bowls that are used for playing sports such as ...

    * The type of machinery that is used, in the manufacture, of the bowls. * How are the bowls tested. * The type of scales of production that the bowls are made from. * Possible recycling that could be covered.

  1. The task has been set to make a hole punch (used to punch holes ...

    into consideration because I shall be sharing these machines with some twenty other people in the workshop. (When planning I must ensure that I do not allocate too much time to a machine that there is just one of.) Below is a list of the machines available to me and the quantity that there is of each.

  2. Report identifies three bio-engineered products that have been developed during the last 50 years, ...

    Their latest breakthrough, the AbioCor, allows the artificial heart to be implanted directly into the human body. Unlike previous heart assist devices, the AbiCor allows the user optimal manoeuvrability, as they are no longer connected to large machines that power the heart.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work