# math

## math

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1. How many hours so people sleep each day?
2. Write a hypothesis of what you expect your research to reveal.
My hypothesis is that most people sleep less than 8 hours per day on weekends.
3. Sample at least fifteen people and record their data in a simple table or chart
20 people surveyed

male
no. 1
less than 6 hours (5 hours)
female
no. 2
7 to 7.9 hours (7.5 hours)
female
no. 3
8 hours or more (8.5 hours)
female
no. 4
6 to 6.9 hours (6.75 hours)
male
no. 5
6 to 6.9 hours (6.5 hours)
female
no. 6
7 to 7.9 hours (7.5 hours)
male
no. 7
less than 6 hours (5.5 hours)
male
no. 8
7 to 7.9 hours (7.25 hours)
female
no. 9
8 hours or more (8.75 hours)
male
no. 10
6 to 6.9 hours (6.75 hours)
female
no. 11
8 hours or more (8.25 hours)
male
no. 12
7 to 7.9 hours (7 hours)
female
no. 2
8 hours or more (8 hours)
male
no. 14
6 to 6.9 hours (6.5 hours)
male
no. 15
7 to 7.9 hours (7.5 hours)
male
no. 16
8 hours or more (8 hours)
female
no. 17
8 hours or more (8.5 hours)
male
no. 18
less than 6 hours (5.75 hours)
female
no. 19
7 to 7.9 hours (7.75 hours)
female
no. 20
6 to 6.9 hours (6.5 hours)

4. Which of the four sampling techniques best describes your design?
These data was gathered by phone calls.
5. methodology
6. Make sure you break your sample into classes or groups, such as males/females, or ages, or time of day, etc people surveyed:
3 people
less than 6 hours sleep
5 people
6 to 6.9 hours sleep
6 people
7 to 7.9 hours sleep
6 people
8 hours or more sleep

Subgroup: males surveyed:

3 people
less than 6 hours sleep
3 people
6 to 6.9 hours sleep
3 people
7 to 7.9 hours sleep
1 person
8 hours or more sleep

Subgroup: females surveyed:

0 people
less than 6 hours sleep
2 people
6 to 6.9 hours sleep
3 people
7 to 7.9...