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To look at the busiest part of Skipton.

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Introduction

23/08/01 Pedestrian Survey Vaqas Aslam AIM To look at the busiest part of Skipton. HYPOTHESES 1) The busiest part of Skipton will be outside a major department store (High Street). 2) From the centre of Skipton the number of Pedestrians will decrease. METHOD We given a map of Skipton that had numbers on it were then each given a number where we had to locate and stand for 10 minutes and count the number of pedestrians that went past. ...read more.

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47 22 49 23 52 24 13 25 61 26 110 27 70 28 56 29 38 30 52 INTERPRETATION Hypotheses 1 - The busiest part of Skipton will be outside a major department store. This hypothesis proved to be true as the busiest part n Skipton was outside the Next Department Store. Hypotheses 2 - From the centre of Skipton the number of Pedestrians will decrease. ...read more.

Conclusion

The second hypotheses was proved correct as the further you go out of Skipton the number of pedestrians decrease rapidly. CRITIQUE I think that if I were to do this investigation again I would repeat this investigation several times and then work out an average. This will be fairer and give us a more accurate result as most of the people that visit Skipton got to work there and they might have been in work the day that we went so the way that I suggest that I would do it is more reliable. ...read more.

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