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Survey Example with FDT

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Survey Example with FDT

  1. 1. RESULTS OF THE SURVEY CONDUCTED LAST FRIDAY By: Nike Abonales Kaye Estacio Dianne Joy Ferrer Jeannie Marie Uy
  2. 2. • The group of Nike Abonales, Diane Joy Ferrer, Jeannie Marie Uy and Kaye Estacio conducted a survey by which they asked on how much did the 30 students spent in their fair daily going to school and from school.
  3. 3. How much Fare do you Spend going to school and from school? The Question is:
  4. 4. Daily Fare of Students going to School and From School. 22 25 50 10 25 30 24 40 30 0 50 20 24 35 24 47 30 0 30 35 27 50 6 60 28 30 10 37 15 45
  5. 5. Table 1 Frequency Distribution Table of the Daily Fare Of the 30 Students Going to School and from the School. Range: 60 – 0 Class Width: 60/7 = 8.5 = 9 CL F X RF CB <CF >CF 0 -8 3 4 10% 0.5 – 8.5 3 30 9 - 17 3 13 10% 8.5 – 17. 5 6 27 18 - 26 7 22 23% 17.5 – 26.5 13 24 27 - 35 9 31 30% 26.5 – 35.5 22 17 36 - 44 2 40 7% 35.5 – 44.5 24 8 45 – 53 54 - 62 5 1 49 17% 58 3% 44.5 -53.5 53.5 – 62.5 29 30 6 1
  6. 6. HISTOGRAM
  7. 7. CONCLUSION • The group conducted a survey regarding the daily fare of the 30 students. they were randomly asked about it and based on their answers or in the statistical data, only 1 out of the 30 students spent the highest amount of fare which is 54php to 62php. 9 students spent 27-php to 35php and 3 out of 30 spent 0php to 8php and 9php to 17php. All in all, 24 students spent 44php and below and 27 students spent 19php and above. Knowing your daily fare will help you in considering an option of knowing other way where you can spent less and save more. You can also budget your money if you know your daily fare.

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