Rec 1A - Samples and Surveys Part 1 answered.docx - STAT 1430 Recitation 1A Intro/Surveys/Samples Tyra Fisher Everyone loses or breaks their cell phone

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STAT 1430 Recitation 1A Intro./Surveys/Samples Tyra Fisher Everyone loses or breaks their cell phone at some point. It’s just a matter of where, when, or how. Think of 3 types of businesses/companies that would be interested in knowing details about how often/when/why people use their Smart Phones: 1. Apple 2. Best Buy 3. Samsung Check out the “Mobile Mindset Study” done by Lookout, Inc., a cybersecurity company, on the topic of Smart Phone use. It’s filled with statistics and graphs, based on a survey from a sample of cell phone users. It can be found as a PDF in Carmen, located right underneath this assignment. There are 5 statistical graphs in this report. For each graph, locate it in the report and read the text around it. Then answer the following questions: 1. Graph 1 is titled: “We’re addicted to checking our phones!” a. Read the information above/below the actual graph. What question(s) was asked in the survey in order to get this information? i. How often do you check your phone? b. What is the main point of the graph, and does it match the title? i. The main point is to show how to show how often people check their phones and then split it buy age groups of people who don’t go an hour without checking their phones. Yes it matches the title. c. This graph is somewhat confusing. For example, what do the percentages on the right-side mean? Suggest an improvement. i. I believe they are referring to the percentage in that certain age group that don’t go 1 hour without checking their phones. d. How would a cybersecurity company like Lookout, Inc. use this information to sell its product?
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