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• Level: GCSE
• Subject: Maths
• Word count: 1909

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Of Pages 44 68 112 80 48 128 Pages sampled 8 14 22 16 10 26 50%>x?100% (single advert) 10 6 16 12 12 24 Pages with no adverts 9 13 22 37 15 52 Pages sampled 44 68 112 80 48 128 Cumulative Frequency Advert Coverage ? Bshts % Tblds % 0% 8 36 7 27 0%<x?10% 8 36 11 42 10%<x?20% 11 50 14 54 20%<x?30% 13 59 17 65 30%<x?40% 15 68 19 73 40%<x?50% 18 82 21 81 50%<x?60% 20 91 22 84 60%<x?70% 21 95 22 84 70%<x?80% 21 95 23 88 80%<x?90% 21 95 23 88 90%<x?100% 22 100 26 100 Percentages of other data: Advert Coverage ? Bshts (%) Tblds (%) 50%>x?100% (single advert) 14% 19% Pages with no adverts 19.5% 38.5% Pages sampled 112 128 C.F. Graph Box and Whisker diagrams Bar chart Statistics Formulae Mean: Broadsheet calculations: Tabloid Calculations: Standard Deviation: Broadsheet Calculations: -26 676 5408 -21 441 0 -11 121 363 -1 1 2 9 81 162 19 361 1083 29 841 1682 39 1521 1521 49 2401 0 59 3481 0 69 4761 4761 14982 Tabloid Calculations: -27.5 756.25 5293.75 -22.5 506.25 2025 -12.5 156.25 458.75 -2.5 6.25 18.75 7.5 56.25 112.5 17.5 306.25 612.5 27.5 756.25 756.25 37.5 1406.25 0 47.5 2256.25 2256.25 57.5 3366.25 0 67.5 4556.25 13668.75 25202.5 Statistics Statistic Broadsheets Tabloids Mean 26% 271/2% Median 20% 15% Mode 0% 0% Standard Deviation ...read more.

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