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Unformatted text preview: Tibce $©fi®tm©® ©{i @[inamcece Activity 2 - Analysis Table 2 - Totals Step 1 - Count the totals First, count the total number of Heads and Tails you flipped. Record your results in Table 2. Step 2 - Circle the clusters Draw circles around consecutive groups of ticks (clusters) in Table l as illustrated. Be sure to group consecutive results for flip #50 and flip #51. Step 3 - Count the ticks in each cluster Count the number of ticks in each cluster and write this number in column A. For example, write the number i in column A for single ticks. Write the number 2 in column A for two consecutive ticks. Write the number 3 in column A for clusters of three ticks, and so on. Step 4 - Count the clusters Count the number of single ticks you circled and write in column A. Record this total row i of the Frequency column in Table 4. Next, count the number of circles containing two ticks in column A. Record this number in row 2 of the Frequency Column. Continue counting the . , _ , , , Circle and count the number of Circles (clusters) containing 3, 4, 5 and up to 10 ticks until you . Cl‘OSSES In each Cluster have completed Table 2. like this Table 3- Cluster Frequency Step 5 - Check your results Cluster Frequency Check column This step Will help you check that you 5'29 L counted all the ticks and tallied all the 1 ‘1 x 1 clusters correctly. x 2 = For each row, multiply the number in the ‘Frequency’ column by the number indicated in the ‘Check’ column. ><3= Finally, add all the numbers in the check column and write the result next to ‘Check total’. If your result is 100, you have correctly counted all the clusters. If your ‘Check total’ is not 100, you made a mistake in Step 3 but don’t worry! Just go back to Step 3 and tally the clusters again until you’ve found Check total the problem. MU", ABC ©2008iABC ScienceOnline ' > SCience abousiaiiscienoe ...
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