stt project.docx - Statistics project STT100 Page | 2 GAMING SURVEY BY Hassan Anabtawi 1064660 Mohammed majid 1065363 Mustafa kelani 1059964 Firas

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STT100 Page | 2 GAMING SURVEY BY: : Hassan Anabtawi 1064660 Mohammed majid 1065363 Mustafa kelani 1059964 Firas zaynoubi 1064998 Redha 1066120 SUPERVISED BY : DR.Mohamed Hamoudi
STT100 Page | 3 Table of Contents Gaming survey ……………………………………….2 contents………………………………………………..3 Introduction/Body/Gender ……………………………4 Phone/Nationality…………………………………… .... 5 Nationality………………………………………………6-7 Email…………………………………………………… 8 Address……………………………….…………………9 Education level/Question 1……….….………..………10 Question 1: ………………………….….………… ..... 11-14 Question 2: ……………………………….…..………..15 Question 3: ……………………….……..….…….….16-17 Question 4: ……………………….……..…… .... …. 17-18 Question 5: ……………………….…….………..….19-21 Question 6: ……………………….…….………..…21-.22 Question 7: ……………………...………………….. 23 Question 8: …………………………….……… …...24 Question 9: …………………...……………………..25 Question 10: ………………………………………...26 survey
STT100 Page | 4 Introduction: The topic of the sample is “Gaming Survey Questionnaire”. The survey has been collected and analyzed by group number 5; students of STT100 course taken during the fall semester. The purpose of this instrument is to assess the preferences for different people regarding their gaming knowledge and abilities. This topic was chosen because of the increased number of gamers in our culture and the world furthermore this is a very important topic to discuss. Sample surveys were given to 100 individual high school students of Al Ain. The sample surveys were distributed in the Malls, schools and gaming cafes. The overview of population and sample size: I. Gender: The individuals were 72% Male and 28% Female. II. Phone Servers: The statistics showed that about 45% of the responders used Etisalat servers and about 7% of the responders used Du servers, however the majority of responders didn’t submit
STT100 Page | 5 their phone number hence it was an optional question. III. Nationality: Individuals of various nationalities have been surveyed upon. The table below lists an example of them: Nationality Frequency Relative Frequency Percentage Sudani 3 0.03 3% Palestinian 11 0.11 11% Lebanese 4 0.04 4% Canadian 2 0.02 2% Denmark 1 0.01 1% Egyptian 24 0.24 24% Jordanian 10 0.10 10% Pakistani 2 0.02 2% UAE 6 0.06 6% Moroccan 1 0.01 1% Syrian 18 0.18 18% Indian 1 0.01 1% Iraqi 4 0.04 4%
STT100 Page | 6 Philipino 1 0.01 1% Tunisian 1 0.01 1% Australian 1 0.01 1%

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