Math 2.1 Notes - Section2.1...

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Section 2.1 Objectives: Construct: (1) Frequency Distribution, (2) Bar Graph (3) Pie Chart. When given Qualitative data there are three ways to organize the data. (Qualitative data in word form) 1 Frequency Distribution: Count of the data by category. 2 Bar Graph: Comparison of the various categories. 3 Pie Chart : Percentage contribution of each category. Example 1A physical therapist want to get a sense of the types of Rehabilitation required by her patients Consider the Raw Data below. This represents a SRS Patients body parts needing rehab. Back Back Hand Neck Knee Knee Wrist Back Groin Shoulder Shoulder Back Elbow Back Back Back Back Back Back Shoulder Shoulder Knee Knee Back Hip Knee Hip Hand Back Wrist NOTE: Organize data: Numbers will be used to designate the various body parts.(This allow TI_84 application) (1=Back; 2=Wrist; 3=Elbow; 4=Hip; 5=Shoulder; 6=Knee; 7= Hand; 8=Groin; 9=Neck) Form a tally as shown in text, or sort raw as I have done. Then form a frequency distribution: Frequency Distribution % Relative 1 Back
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course MATH 1431 taught by Professor Unkown during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Perimeter.

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