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Test the idea that the more 1 hour lessons taken results in less minor mistakes during a student of instructor C's driving test.

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Hypothesis: The more 1 hour lessons taken results in less minor mistakes during a student of instructor C's driving test. Plan I plan to use all 40 students for instructor C I will then arrange the data in this manner "hour lessons/minor mistakes" if I get any amount of hour lessons the same I will find the average for the amount of mistakes. ...read more.

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Collected data (unsorted) 28/15 23/21 16/24 20/25 10/27 14/32 19/26 40/2 16/30 11/32 12/23 22/21 35/5 16/27 28/14 29/13 10/34 40/4 20/31 32/10 36/4 36/3 13/31 29/13 27/16 35/6 25/19 18/27 35/4 20/27 38/2 36/5 26/17 36/4 40/5 29/13 Collected data (sorted) 10/27 10/34 11/32 12/23 13/31 14/32 16/24 16/30 16/27 18/27 19/26 20/25 20/31 20/27 22/21 23/21 25/19 26/17 27/16 28/15 28/14 29/13 29/13 29/13 32/10 35/4 35/5 35/6 36/3 36/4 ...read more.

Conclusion

I have one anomalie on my graph this is probably due to not having enough results to analyze. I could make my results more reliable by using a bigger population using all the available data. The amount o lessons isn't the only variable affecting the amount of mistakes there are other things such as the time of day, weather, what car etc. the results I have found aren't very significant to the hypothesis. ?? ?? ?? ?? Matthew Howard ...read more.

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