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Measurements Lab Part I (2)

# Measurements Lab Part I (2) - informtion out of the females...

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Measurements Lab Part I Height Weight Height Weight Men Women 165.1 75 172.72 56.81 175.26 77.27 167.64 52.27 180.34 95.45 170.18 59.55 167.64 70.45 170.18 65 175.26 77.27 165.1 64.55 182.88 81.82 162.56 68.18 180.34 84.55 170.18 68.18 177.8 80.45 170.18 62.27 189.23 98.64 162.56 52.27 185.42 101.36 162.56 52.27 201.93 106.36 165.1 61.36 195.58 113.18 170.18 54.09 172.72 76.82 167.64 84.55 203.2 95.9 172.72 89.09 180.34 84.09 157.48 61.82 180.34 90.9 177.8 61.36 170.18 109.09 162.56 66.82 185.42 90.9 165.1 55.91 175.26 81.81 170.18 58.64 165.1 77.27 160.02 65 Average 180.47 88.43 Average 167.13 62.99 It is a normal assumption for one to believe that men are, in fact, larger than women. This lab just further proved that assumption. I found that it was a bit difficult to locate forty individuals for this assignment, but with the help of my husband and his collegues at work that was soon amended. My husband provided me with the numbers for all of the men from his work area and I spent the larger part of 45 minutes on the phone trying to squeeze
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Unformatted text preview: informtion out of the females that I knew! Whew. ..glad that's over with. ..! I first had all of my information in inches and pounds, which took a while to convert. Oh, and I hope it's alright, but I round up the second number after the decimal. I wasn't quite sure whether it mattered or not. I added up all of my information for each column and divided it by all 20 individuals to get the average height and weight for both men and women. Anyway, according to this table and going by the information that I gathered, the hypothesis that men are bigger than women is entirely true. ..not in it's fullest sense, but on an average. To say that each man is bigger than each woman would be scientifically incorrect, but when compared on an average level the hypothesis rings true. Julie W. Bentley-Sikes...
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