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Data handling - Hypotheses- Is there any correlation between the children's favourite sport and favourite subject in yr 8.?

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Introduction

Data handling coursework task

Hypotheses

  • Is there any correlation between the children’s favourite sport and favourite subject in yr 8.?
  • Do older people have a higher IQ than younger?
  • Do girls have a higher IQ than boys?
  • What is the most popular subject in yr 7?
  • Are girls smaller than boys?

Q.  Is there any correlation between the children’s favourite sport and favourite subject in yr 8.?

Result:

I found out that I cannot do this hypotheses because it doesn’t have any Quantitive data the data is all Qualitative.

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Middle

from the graph I can conclude that the boys and girls have the same IQ so the group is average.

Q. What is the most popular subject in yr 7?

Here is a tally chart to show the frequency and angle of the different subjects.

The chart I am going to use is a pie chart

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Here is a pie chart to show my results.

Result; from this graph it shows clearly that P.E is the most popular subject in yr7

  • Do girls have a higher IQ than boys?

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Conclusion

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This one is to represent the year 10 IQ

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Then I arrange the yr 10 data numerically

76,87,87,90,91,94,94, /95,96,98,99,100.100,100,100, /100,101,102,102, 102,102,103, /104,105,106,107,107,110,103,122

LQ= 94

UQ=103

Median= 100

I repeated this process for the yr11 data

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78,86,90,91,91,97,98, /98,99,100,100,100,100,100,103, /103,103,103,104,104,106,107, / 108, 108,110,110,113,117,124,127

LQ=98

UQ=107

Median=103

Here is my box plot;

  • Which is the most popular mean of travel

For this piece of data I am using the 30 pupils chosen by random sampling

Here is a frequency diagram showing the data

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Here is a bar chart to show this data

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