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# Data Handling Project for Mayfield School.

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Introduction

Data Handling Project for Mayfield School

I am going to be studying year 10 of Mayfield School. In this year group there are 100 girls and 100 boys, this makes the total 200.

 Year Group Number of Boys Number of Girls Total 7 150 150 300 8 145 125 270 9 120 140 260 10 100 100 200 11 84 86 170

Because there is an even number of girls and boys I won’t have to use a stratified sample. This is normally used to make sure you have the right amount of girls and boys depending on the difference between them. Eg.140 girls =14 ran numbers 120 boys = 12 ran numbers even though when added up it is not equal.

I will do 2 lines of enquiry:-

1)

Middle

Female

93

1.62

48

10

Female

102

1.63

48

10

Female

96

1.80

60

10

Female

103

1.55

48

10

Female

94

1.52

47

10

Female

94

1.62

48

10

Female

115

1.40

45

10

Female

112

1.70

50

10

Female

100

1.61

54

10

Female

100

1.65

54

10

Female

96

1.60

50

10

Female

100

1.62

35

10

Female

94

1.67

66

10

Female

92

1.70

60

10

Female

116

1.67

57

10

Female

102

1.54

45

10

Female

87

1.39

42

10

Female

96

1.53

48

10

Female

108

1.90

40

10

Female

104

1.68

53

10

Female

101

1.55

60

10

Female

105

1.50

40

10

Female

90

1.62

46

10

Female

92

1.62

52

10

Female

116

1.80

60

10

Female

94

1.56

56

10

Female

102

1.67

48

10

Female

98

1.57

60

10

Male

103

1.73

57

10

Male

100

1.67

60

10

Male

106

1.80

40

10

Male

100

1.55

57

10

Male

102

1.65

55

10

Male

100

1.74

80

10

Male

100

1.60

47

10

Male

90

1.73

50

10

Male

110

1.57

54

10

Male

90

1.54

54

10

Male

106

1.75

64

10

Male

87

1.55

72

10

Male

87

1.55

50

10

Male

90

1.70

50

10

Male

117

1.80

77

10

Male

109

1.70

57

10

Male

103

1.65

54

10

Male

90

1.80

72

10

Male

109

1.77

80

10

Male

100

1.60

50

10

Male

103

1.55

65

10

Male

101

1.65

64

10

Male

112

1.91

62

10

Male

104

1.80

72

10

Male

107

1.75

72

10

Male

83

1.62

52

10

Male

102

1.72

62

10

Male

98

1.75

68

10

Male

117

1.89

72

10

Male

100

1.62

50

10

Male

89

1.63

60

10

Male

88

1.62

57

10

Male

104

1.81

56

10

Male

103

1.65

58

10

Conclusion

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63

10

Male

84

1.66

63

10

Male

106

1.70

57

10

Male

91

1.80

68

10

Male

104

1.62

72

10

Male

90

1.75

59

10

Male

106

1.50

50

10

Male

113

1.90

80

10

Male

102

1.54

66

10

Male

102

1.65

47

10

Male

78

1.71

60

10

Male

110

1.75

65

10

Male

100

1.58

60

10

Male

100

1.80

60

10

Male

74

1.85

70

10

Male

102

1.57

64

10

Male

81

1.68

59

10

Male

104

1.60

51

10

Male

88

1.74

64

10

Male

102

1.57

49

10

Male

100

1.68

64

10

Male

131

1.65

50

10

Male

88

1.63

56

10

Male

92

1.54

76

10

Male

107

1.80

54

10

Male

102

1.75

56

10

Male

101

1.85

62

10

Male

112

1.68

72

10

Male

100

1.70

59

10

Male

106

1.80

59

10

Male

105

1.70

55

10

Male

103

1.67

60

10

Male

88

1.63

50

10

Male

103

1.75

45

10

Male

91

1.82

57

10

Male

103

1.66

66

10

Male

97

1.75

57

10

Male

105

1.80

63

10

Male

102

1.50

65

10

Male

78

1.70

60

10

Male

102

1.89

64

10

Male

101

1.67

44

10

Male

116

1.60

9

10

Male

116

1.57

40

10

Male

92

1.65

68

10

Male

91

1.66

70

10

Male

96

1.72

54

10

Male

94

1.80

49

10

Male

115

1.77

57

10

Male

110

1.73

48

10

Male

116

1.62

63

10

Male

84

1.63

40

10

Male

100

1.72

71

10

Male

100

1.61

56

10

Male

112

1.77

59

10

Male

90

1.74

56

10

Male

90

1.80

72

To make my graphs and pie charts I have to put my data into manageable groups.

Frequency table showing girls height

 Frequency Total 1.50 – 1.55 7 1.56 – 1.60 6 1.61 – 1.65 7 1.66 – 1.70 8 1.71 – 1.75 4 1.76 – 1.80 4

Frequency table showing girls weight

 Frequency Total 40 – 45 5 46 – 50 11 51 – 55 13 56 – 60 6 61 – 65 0 66 - 70 1

Frequency table showing boys height

 Frequency Total 40 – 45 2 46 – 50 4 51 – 55 3 56 – 60 11 61 – 65 4 66 – 70 5 71 – 75 5 76 - 80 2

Frequency table showing boys weight

 Frequency Total 1.50 – 1.55 3 1.56 – 1.60 5 1.61 – 1.65 8 1.66 – 1.70 9 1.71 – 1.75 3 1.76 – 1.80 3 1.81 – 1.85 2 1.86 – 1.90 2 1.91 – 1.95 1

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