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Count the letters in each word of a 100-word article out of two different sorts of newspaper or magazine e.g. a tabloid newspaper and abroadsheet newspaper, and we had to compare the results.

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Count the letters in each word of a 100-word article out of two different sorts of newspaper or magazine e.g. a tabloid newspaper and a broadsheet newspaper, and we had to compare the results.

Introduction

We had to count the letters in each word of a 100-word article out of two different sorts of newspaper or magazine e.g. a tabloid newspaper and a broadsheet newspaper, and we had to compare the results.

Method

We basically counted each word to see how many letters there was in each word and then record them in a tally chart. Then we compared the two with box and whisker plots, bar, line pie charts and with just the tables themselves.

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Middle

56

9

IIIII IIII

9

81

10

IIII

4

40

11

III

3

33

12

IIII

5

60

Total

100

Total amount of letters

591

Tabloid Newspaper

Here are the Pie, Line And Bar Graphs

Here Are The Range, Mode, Median, and the Mean

Broadsheet:-

Mean No. Of Words=

8.333333

Range =

15

Mode =

4 words

Median =

8

Tabloid:-

From the above results I can see that the broadsheet newspaper has bigger words in it than the tabloid. But the tabloid newspaper would be easier to read

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Conclusion

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Introduction

We had to count the letters in each word of a 100-word article out of two different sorts of newspaper or magazine e.g. a tabloid newspaper and a broadsheet newspaper, and we had to compare the results.

Method

We basically counted each word to see how many letters there was in each word and then record them in a tally chart. Then we compared the two with box and whisker plots, bar, line pie charts and with just the tables themselves.

Results

Method

We basically counted each word to see how many letters there was in each word and then record them in a tally chart. Then we compared the two with box and whisker plots, bar, line pie charts and with just the tables themselves.

Results

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