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  • 1. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 1 June04,2014 11.2 Collecting & Displaying Data

2. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 2 June04,2014 Definitions Population: All the individual in the group being studied. Example the population in a federal election is all eligible voters 3. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 3 June04,2014 Definitions Sample: Any group of individuals selected from the population. Example: A sample of the population in a federal election might be 100 individuals chosen from each province. 4. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 4 June04,2014 Sample Random Sample Convenience Sample Stratified Sample Systematic Sample Voluntary Response Sample 5. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 5 June04,2014 Definitions Convenience Sample: A sample created by choosing individuals from the population who are easy to access. 6. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 6 June04,2014 Definitions Random Sample: A sample created by choosing a specific number of individuals randomly from the whole population. 7. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 7 June04,2014 Definitions Stratified Sample: A sample created by dividing the whole population into distinct groups, and then choosing the same fraction of members from each group. 8. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 8 June04,2014 Definitions Systematic Sample: A sample created by choosing individuals at fixed intervals from an ordered list of the whole population. 9. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 9 June04,2014 Definitions Voluntary Response Sample: A sample created by inviting the whole population to participate. 10. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 10 June04,2014 Example Identify whether you would use the entire population or just a sample. 1. Electing the Prime Minister of Canada 2. Selecting music for a school dance 3. Checking if fireworks are working before a show 4. A family deciding where to go for supper 11. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 11 June04,2014 Example What type of sample is the following? Do the results accurately reflect the population. A teacher wishes to get feedback from her class about the school dance. She plans to survey 5 students out of a class of 30 by putting all the students' names in a hat and drawing 5 names. 12. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 12 June04,2014 Example What type of sample is the following? Do the results accurately reflect the population. A marketing research company mails surveys to all of the adult residents in a town. The survey asks about brands of consumer products. The residents are asked to mail their responses in a prepaid envelope. 13. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 13 June04,2014 Example What type of sample is the following? Do the results accurately reflect the population. A restaurant owner wants to know the favourite pizza topping of his customers. He plans to survey every customer who orders a pizza in his restaurant between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm one evening. 14. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 14 June04,2014 Example What type of sample is the following? Do the results accurately reflect the population. A chain store is trying to decide whether to open a store in Camrose, Alberta. The company decides to survey people in Camrose and three nearby towns. The population is shown in the table. The company decides to survey 25% of the population. Location Population Camrose 16 000 Bashaw 825 Tofield 1 876 Daysland 876 15. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 15 June04,2014 Displaying Data Bar Graph 16. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 16 June04,2014 Displaying Data Circle Graph 17. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 17 June04,2014 Displaying Data Line Graph 18. 11.2CollectingandDisplayingData 18 June04,2014