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Survey Projects

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Sarah Hawk

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of Survey Projects

Survey Says? Create a survey of three to
five multiple choice questions
that relate to each other. Make the questions unbiased
and relevant to your peers.
Everyone you are surveying
should be able to answer
your questions. Identify the population for your survey and the sample. Population choices:
8th Grade
All of SAMS Step 2 What is the difference between
theoretical and experimental
probability? What is the theoretical
probability of each answer? favorable answer over total number of choices What is the experimental
probability for each answer? Use your data!
number of responses
over total number surveyed Step 1 Step 3 Expand your results! What will you use to expand
your results? Proportions! For question 1: expand the probability
for your top response. F-team: 100
8th grade: 200
SAMS: 600 For question 2: expand the
probability for your bottom response. For question 3: expand the probability for
the response of you choice. Make predictions for
your entire population! Step 4 How many different answers
could be given for your survey? What can we use to calculate
the number of possible answers? Counting Principle! # of choices for question 1 * # of choices of question 2 * # of choices for question 3 Step 5 Create a frequency representation. What are the three types
of frequency representations
we know about? line plot
frequency table Step 6 Create a data representation. What kinds of graphs do we know
that represent our data? Use a circle graph! Turn your probabilities into
percentages. Step 7 When would a graph be used
to persuade? to sway the
opinion of
readers to skew
to fit
views Pick one of your questions
and explain how you would
use your data and graphing
approach to persuade. Step 8 Would anyone like to
share their survey results?
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