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Created: Jun 19, 2019
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Impression of Exercise
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I. Introduction

My group decided that we were going to ask our participants 4 general questions about their impression and concern of their health and ther impression of what it takes to be healthly. Our respondants were all adults. The data was collected by asking friend, co-workers, family memebers, and other aquantances to fill out the responses either on social media or in person. Because of this it is a conveinence sample. Some people declined to answer, so it was also voluntary. 


Our questions were:

1. Do you exercise currently? Yes or No

2. How old are you?

3. How many hours of exercise a wekk do you think an average person requires to be healthly?

How concerned are you with your level of activity? Highly concerned, moderatley concerned, or not at all. 

II Looking at a Categorical Variable

   How concerned are you with your level of activity? (

Result 1: How concerned are you with your level of activity?   [Info]
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    This pie chart shows that an equal amount of respondants (39%) are either not at all concerned or                    moderately concerned with their level of activity. Only 22% were highly concerned.

     Does concern vary between thoses who are currently active? (

Result 2: Concern of level of activity by current exercise status   [Info]
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     Suprisingly the number people who are highly concerned with their level of activity already exercise. There       were also more people who already exercise who were moderatley concerned with their health. The                   category of people who don't currently exercise had the highest number of people who responded that they       weren't at all concerned. I really anticipated these responses to be inverse. 

II Looking at a Numerical Variable 

   A.   How old are you?

   B.    (

Result 3: Age of Survey Participants   [Info]
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) (

Result 4: Boxplot of age of participants   [Info]
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) (

Result 5: Summary Stats   [Info]

Summary statistics:

ColumnnMeanVarianceStd. dev.MedianRangeMinMaxQ1Q3


   C. The participants of this survey show a broad range of ages. There were people from their teens up into             their 70s.The highest number of participants fell into the age range of 40-45 followed by 45-50. The                 histogram is not symmetrical. It has a short tail to the right side so it could be considered skewed to the           right, but all in all it is just a very unusual shaped “curve”.

    D. The mean of our data set is 41.43 years. The median is 41.5, we have a range of 54 years. The IQR is               22.5, meaning that 68% of our data fits within these 22.5 year span of data. We have an usual set of               data because it contains 14.212852 SD.


     E. Range/4 = 54/4=13.5. This is not a good approximation of the standard deviation.

     F. Our outliers are the participants who were 71 and 17 years old. Everyone else fit between the ages of               29.5 and 52.  


IV. Looking at a Relationship between Two Numerical Variables

A.       (

Result 6: Response of Hours Required to be Healthy by age of Participant   [Info]
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) This scatter plot shows no linearity at all. The consulsion that I make from it is that it doesnt matter what ate you are, nobody really knows how many hours you need to work out. It is a mess with dots at every interval. It isn't one that I would chose to use if I were attepting to prove a point.

B. (

Result 7: Correlation coefficient   [Info]
Correlation between Age and Hours is:

) the correlation coefficient is -0.04125568. there is no statistic significance between these two sets of numbesrs, age and number of hours a week thought an average person needs to be healthy.



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