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1 Tutorial 5 and Lab Report - Examining the Ecological Footprint 1. Discuss Thursday Evening Event 2. Ecological Footprint Survey Complete the Ecological Footprint Survey at: http://myfootprint.org/en/ Username: [email protected] Password: GHcW52Bp Use the location where you lived for the greatest portion of the period of September 1 st 2014 until August 31 st 2015 to determine your answers. You do not need to enter your email address on page 1 of the calculator. For BOTH the footprint and the demographic surveys please respond for the place where you spent the most time from September 2014 until August 2015. Note: To answer question #8 for Canadian provinces, do not use the default value for the proportion of electricity from renewable sources; instead use: 95% British Columbia 10% Alberta 14% Saskatchewan 30% Manitoba 27% Ontario 98% Quebec 30% New Brunswick 25% Prince Edward Island 17% Nova Scotia 90% Newfoundland & Labrador 94% Yukon 76% Northwest Territories 0% Nunavut Once you have completed the footprint calculator, write down the following results from the final page of the calculator. What was your ecological footprint, according to the footprint calculator? 2.83 Earths (You will need to click “Table View” to get the numbers below) 9.18 Hectares Carbon 18.94 Hectares Food 7.55 Hectares Housing 8.79 Hectares Goods and Services 44.46 Hectares Total
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2 3. Computer lab activity and report: Working with graphs and basic statistics 2. Frequency Distributions 2.1 Introduction: Terminology, interpretation Fig. 1. Width of tortilla chips in 3 bags, A, B and C. i) What are the three graphs on the previous page telling you? Bag A) There are the most 25 mm chips at 150, with the widths rising from 20 mm to 25 mm steadily, and declining from 25 mm to 30 mm steadily. Bag B) There are the most 25 mm chips at over 300, with the second most being 26 mm. The graph starts at 22 mm. Bag C) There are the most 24 mm and 28 mm chips, both at 200, with the graph starting at 20 mm. The second most common is 22 mm and 26 mm, with 25 mm being the third most common. ii) Match the following terms with the 3 graphs above: 1. Skewed: Bag B
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