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Mathex statistical investigation

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  • 1. STATISTICAL INVESTIGATION BY REBECCA TAO Which strategy helps conquer stress the best?
  • 2.
    • I chose this question for my statistical investigation because it’s something that will help people in their everyday lives as we live in a stressful environment.
    • It will help people because they will understand how to take care of stressful situations instead of sitting there pulling their hair out.
    INTRODUCTION
  • 3.
    • Which strategy helps conquer stress the best?
    • My strategies are:
    • Take a couple deep breaths
    • Stop, and think about what you’re doing wrong with stress
    • Use a stress ball
    • Other
    AIM
  • 4.
    • I think that taking a couple deep breaths will help people the most as it will help them relax and realise what they are doing wrong with stress.
    HYPOTHESIS
  • 5.
    • Get together some friends or/and family (about 5 - 8).
    • Make each person stressed and see how they handle it.
    • Writes down each person’s strategy to handle stress.
    • Add together all the people’s results.
    • Make it into an organised list of graph showing the amount of people that use each strategy.
    • Analyse results.
    METHOD
  • 6.
    • You need to have the same problem that will stress the people.
    • Same moods that the people are in when you stress them out
    • People with roughly the same stress level
    • Preferably same ages people.
    • Don’t tell the people that you’re going to stress them out or the way they handle stress could be different to the way they would really handle it.
    VARIABLES
  • 7. RESULTS
  • 8. CONCLUSION
  • 9. APPLICATION

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