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Stop Sign Analysis
Transcript of Stop Sign Analysis
Analysis Gender Age The reason there was a lesser amount of young* people driving compared to elderly** or middle-aged*** was probably due to the fact that most young people would either have been working or attending school. Environment The first day of observations was a Wednesday, and the weather was sunny but slightly chilly. The stop sign was positioned at the base of a hill and the stop line was slightly faded. There was a large brick building that may have been an obstruction to some drivers. The second day was overcast and the temperature was much lower. It was also payday for some people, which may have explained the lack of available parking stalls lining the street closest to the stop sign. CONCLUSION After extensive research and natural observation, Mr. Abbie's theory that all Oliver drivers stay within the laws of stopping has been disproved. In fact, all unknowing participants in this experiment did illegal stops except one who was forced to stop due to crossing pedestrians. Although my hypothesis was somewhat accurate, it was slightly off. I had guessed that very few drivers would stop when in reality only one out of a span of 33 vehicles in two days completed a full and legal stop. **aged 60+ *aged 30 and under ***aged ~ 30-55 Overall Statistics