Unit 5 Statistics LessonsDone.pdf

# State the two sets of data that you wish to compare

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1. State the two sets of data that you wish to compare here: 2. Find the measures of central tendency for each. State any conclusions found. Mean: 1 st Set 2 nd Set Median: 1 st Set 2 nd Set Mode: 1 st Set 2 nd Set Conclusions:

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MBF3C Name: BLM 5.8.1 Investigation (continued) Date: 3. Find the measures of spread for each. State any conclusions found. Range: 1 st Set 2 nd Set Standard Deviation: 1 st Set 2 nd Set Conclusions: 4. Graph your data. Canadian Housing Prices 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 350000 400000 450000 500000 550000 600000 Canadian City Vancouver Victoria Calgary Edmonton Regina Saskatoon Ottawa Toronto Montreal Fredericton Saint John Halifax City Cost (\$)
Housing Prices 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 2005 2006 Year Price Vancouver Victoria Calgary Edmonton Regina Saskatoon Ottawa Toronto Montreal Fredericton Saint John Halifax MBF3C BLM 5.8.1 Investigation Solutions 2006 vs. 2005 Canadian City Jun-06 Jun-05 Vancouver 508435 422843 Victoria 538913 469588 Calgary 367033 245803 Edmonton 254240 199409 Regina 137022 132054 Saskatoon 160548 139728 Ottawa 260458 254725 Toronto 358035 345065 Montreal 222879 210740 Fredericton 136371 134334 Saint John 127586 125455 Halifax 201316 184853 Mean 272736.3 238716.4 Median 238559.5 205074.5 Range 411327 344133 Standard Deviation 141844.9 116365.1

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Canadian House Prices 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Year Price (\$) Vancouver Victoria Calgary Edmonton Regina Saskatoon Ottawa Toronto Montreal Fredericton Saint John Halifax MBF3C BLM 5.8.1 Investigation Solutions Continued 2006 vs. 2002 Canadian City Jun-06 Jun-02 Vancouver 508435 301473 Victoria 538913 242503 Calgary 367033 198350 Edmonton 254240 150165 Regina 137022 100751 Saskatoon 160548 118999 Ottawa 260458 200711 Toronto 358035 275975 Montreal 222879 143589 Fredericton 136371 114185 Saint John 127586 104052 Halifax 201316 148737 Mean 272736.3 174957.5 Median 238559.5 149451 Range 411327 200722 Standard Deviation 141844.9 68509.17
Canadian House Prices 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 2002 2003 2004 2005 Year Price (\$) Vancouver Victoria Calgary Edmonton Regina Saskatoon Ottawa Toronto Montreal Fredericton Saint John Halifax MBF3C BLM 5.8.1 Investigation Solutions continued 2005 vs. 2002 Canadian City Jun-05 Jun-02 Vancouver 422843 301473 Victoria 469588 242503 Calgary 245803 198350 Edmonton 199409 150165 Regina 132054 100751 Saskatoon 139728 118999 Ottawa 254725 200711 Toronto 345065 275975 Montreal 210740 143589 Fredericton 134334 114185 Saint John 125455 104052 Halifax 184853 148737 Mean 238716.4 174957.5 Median 205074.5 149451 Range 344133 200722 Standard Deviation 116365.1 68509.17
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