final post

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d-Mwv3d3GM04_g8ii2j1hFRSQ57R_1W4uOr5KwKjAXA/edit?usp=sharing

here is the link to our groups final project. We hope you find the study helpful or enlightening to a new system for parking in edison.

here is our video

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Post #7

 

The final video project is in this link and the data has been analyzed.  Here is another chart of the total summations of answers per question

PICTURE

Post #6

To finalize the data of my project, I have looked at the proportion of Edison students who have shown an interest in enrolling in CTE Classes and multiplied that by the total amount of students in each grade level. My data found that 1489 students are estimated to have an interest in enrolling in CTE Classes. The classes proportion for freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors follows; .575, .625, .725, and .825. The freshman class is the largest with 579 students creating a total of 333 students estimated. However the Senior class is smallest in general size, yet has the largest estimated amount of student interest being 435. Hopefully the school takes my project to the next steps after I present this to them. If you look in the chart, there is a visual representation of the proportion of students interested in enrolling. The darkened red portion shows the class size and the orange section represents the estimated amount of students interested.Actually fixed data

Genius Together Post #6

Today is the final day to finish up our Genius Together Project and things are coming together quit nicely.  Nico and I ran into a few problems about how we collected our data and how we would be able to use it in a statistical manner.  We solved those problems by creating a two way table instead of a pie-chart and now we can find probabilities that would apply in a statistics state of mind.  We also recently finished our presentation which contains how we got our data, and the data analysis with can help explain to Mr. Ross, why the back of the bowl by the green tables is the best spot for this refill station.

Post 2

Both of our playlists have been playing within the classes for a week now. With one third of classes getting each treatment for a week now, we are halfway done with data collection. After this, we will compare the two weeks of treatment to the week before treatment, and compare how effective these treatments are on grades.

Scheduling Final Post

The link to our scheduling video is posted above. We are excited about the possibilities for our project overall. We believe the students’ voices are explicitly shown through our findings. We hope that in the future the staff at Edison High School will consider students’ opinions when it comes to decisions that will affect both staff and students alike. Below is the link to our Genius Hour Final document.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bJb95OH2e0GO8fKx1u9Ohdt3sbegCr_n5UHcufAkKGY/edit

 

Scheduling Post #6

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Our Stats Project for scheduling is finally finished! Our folder consists of a title page, abstract, data gathering (including raw data), data analysis (including a hypothesis, pie charts, a two way table, and numerical analysis of the table), and a conclusion that provides statistical evidence and excites on the possibilities of our project. Pictured above is Hannah Gallegos (left), Jimi Anderson (center), and Drew Vandalia (right) before we recorded our video portion of the project.

Final Genius Together Post

The purpose of this post is to give a better understanding of the probabilities of outcomes to our survey.  It includes each possible outcome and its probability.

        1. Given that students have had to sit on the ground during lunch, what is the probability that they found it unsanitary or uncomfortable (dependent)  = P(A and B)/P(B) = (72/117)/(95/117) = (72/95) = .615 or 61.5%
        2. Probability that students have had to sit on the ground and did not find it unsanitary or uncomfortable (dependent) = P(A and B)/P(B) = [(23/117)/(95/117)] = (23/117) = .197 or 19.7%                                                                                                       
        3. Probability that students have had to sit on the ground and would like to see benches installed = P(A and B) = P(A)P(B) = (95/117)*(88/95) = (88/117) = .752 or 75.2%
        4. Probability that students have had to sit on the ground and would not like to see benches installed = P(A and B) = P(A)P(B) = (95/117)*(7/95) = (7/117) = .0598 or 5.98%
        5. Probability that students have not sat on the ground and would like to see benches installed = (22/117)*(22/22) = .188 or 18.8%
        6. Probability that students have not sat on the ground and would not like to see benches installed = (22/117)*(0/22) = 0
        7. Probability that students have had to sit on the ground or would like to see benches installed = [(22+7)/117] = .248 or 24.8%
        8. Probability that students have had to sit on the ground or would not like to see benches installed = [(88+22)/117] = .940 or 94.0%
        9. Probability that students have not had to sit on the ground or would like to see benches installed = [(88+7)/117] = .812 or 81.2%
        10. Probability that students have not had to sit on the ground or would not like to see benches installed = [(88+22+7)/117] = 1 or 100%