Lab 1 - Wednesday 4PM (Data from THR 10AM) Female and Male...

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Wednesday 4PM (Data from THR 10AM) Female and Male Walkers at the University of Southern California Introduction : From my experience at USC so far, I have noticed there are about the same number of male and female students on bicycles to transport themselves around campus. However, I hardly see any female students skateboarding, longboarding, or scootering. Therefore, I hypothesize that there are more male students who use non-walking methods of transportation than female. In other words, there are more female walkers than male walkers. Methods : Watch and observe for 20 minutes at one point in a fairly busy path in USC campus. Count and record how many of the subjects are walkers or non-walkers (including bikers, skateboarders etc.) as well as male or female. The dependent variable of this experiment is therefore the count of people and the independent variable is walkers vs. non-walkers and gender. Share and collaborate the data collected in the class in order to get data from different parts of campus and different times of day. Organize
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BISC 230LXG taught by Professor Mcclure,greene during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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Lab 1 - Wednesday 4PM (Data from THR 10AM) Female and Male...

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