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Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
Which gender networks the most minh2
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  • 1. Which Gender Networks the Most?<br />By Minh Nguyen<br />D Block<br />
  • 2. Reflection <br />I chose this question because I know that a lot of people use Facebook and other socializing services, so I wanted to find out how much time do people waste on them. I also wanted to find out which gender networks the most because I wanted to find out which side uses Facebook more, (I think boys spend more time gaming…). <br />
  • 3. Average<br />I used the median to represent the average of the data because there were some outliers, so using mean won’t be accurate, as the outliers would raise or lower the average.<br />Median for Boys: 297.5 min Networking<br />Median for Girls: 505 min Networking <br />
  • 4. Data (minutes)<br />boys<br />Girls<br />Min: 0<br />1st Quartile: 69<br />Median: 297.5<br />3rd Quartile: 468.25<br />Max: 3000<br />Range: 3000<br />Mean: 593.5<br />Mode: None<br />Min: 0<br />1st Quartile: 180<br />Median: 505<br />3rd Quartile: 975<br />Max: 2220<br />Range: 2220<br />Mean: 652.3<br />Mode: None<br />Total Time: 14415 minutes<br />140.25 hours<br />10.01days<br />Total Mean: 626.7 minutes<br />Total Median: 340 minutes<br />
  • 5. Data<br />
  • 6. Data<br />Girls Network appx. 25% more than boys<br />62.9%<br />
  • 7. Data<br />
  • 8. Data Reflection<br />I think the pie chart represents the average of the data the best as it clearly shows the visual difference of the two gender data and approximates the percent difference, making it clear which gender networks most.<br />Chart<br />
  • 9. Conclusion<br />Apparently, the girls did network more, and it was proved through two ways:<br />Mean: Boys-593.5 < Girls-652.3<br />Median: Boys-297.5 < Girls-505<br />So we conclude with the fact that the girls are more “social” than boys, but boys probably play a lot and socialize in different ways ;)<br />The END<br />
  • 10. Thank You for Reading This:D<br />

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