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"Used Cars" Statistics Coursework

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Introduction

Maths – Handling Data Coursework

Used Cars

Plan & Introduction

In my data handling coursework, used cars. I am going to investigate the effects of used car selling prices. I will do this by putting the data in to a scatter graph. With the data I am going to determine whether my hypotheses are right. If not I will then try to discover the problem.

My data will be collected completely

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Middle

16385

3335

7

22000

79

Subaru

Forester

16945

4550

9

50000

83

Land Rover

Discovery

30805

8715

7

43000

94

Seat

Cordoba

9995

1570

8

38000

99

Suzuki

Alto

6700

1120

9

57000

103

Toyota

Supra

41500

7730

11

52000

108

Ford

Fiesta

13520

2330

8

12500

112

Vauxhall

Tigra

11675

2025

11

90000

113

Ford

Cougar

19990

4470

8

10000

120

Nissan

Almera

13075

9075

2

90000

128

Subaru

Impreza

13950

6130

6

15000

134

Ford

Galaxy

18745

3885

11

10000

142

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Conclusion

The two outliers are Mercedes. This leads me to conclude that Mercedes is more expensive. This could be because it is a business car.

Car

Price

Age

Make

Price

no.

Used

Used

6

4340

4

Suzuki

4340

20

755

11

Ford

755

22

7100

6

Audi

7100

30

24435

4

Mercedes

24435

33

1560

9

Seat

1560

43

1920

8

Mazda

1920

49

17595

5

Mercedes

17595

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My Results show no correlation; this would lead me to conclude that mileage has no effect on the selling price. I have repeated this scatter graph with a different sample of data and there was still no correlation.

Price Depreciation for Age & Mileage

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