# Raw by Scott Monk

Data Handling

A clear statement of the issue you are investigating - I’m investigating the shoe sizes of 30 year 11 students at MCHF. The type of samples used is random.

A written explanation of what you think will happen - I predict in the survey conducted that females will have a smaller shoe size than males due to their smaller body structure.
An overview of the method used to investigate the task - The type of data collect is quantitative and continuous. This is quantitative because I’m collecting different shoe sizes for both males and females. This is also continuous because the shoe sizes may vary for every person of different size, height and age.
* The method of collecting data – the method that I have used to collect my data is a survey asking people questions
* The type of sample used – the type of sample used in this survey was random. Random sampling is a method of selecting a sample (random sample) from a statistical population in such a way that every possible sample that could be selected has a predetermined probability of being selected. The reason I chose random sampling is because the ease of assembling the sample. It represents the population.
Questionnaire
1. What gender are you?
3. What type of shoes do you wear?
Frequency table
Males
Shoe size | Tally | Frequency |
7 | | |
8 | | |
9 | | |
10 | | |
11 | | |
12 | | |
13 | | |
14 | | |

Females
Shoe size | Tally | Frequency |
5 | | |
6 | | |
7 | | |
8 | | |
9 | | |
10 | | |

Displaying data
Males
Shoe size | Tally | Frequency | Cumulative Frequency |
7 | | | |
8 | | | |
9 | | | |
10 | | | |
11 | | | |
12 | | | |
13 | | | |
14 | | | |

Females
Shoe size | Tally | Frequency | Cumulative Frequency |
5 | | | |
6 | | | |
7 | | | |
8 | | | |
9 | | | |
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