ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013

SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN TUNKU PUTRA BATU PAHAT, JOHOR. ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK YEAR 2013 TITLE: HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE SURVEY NAME: FORM: I/C NUMBER: TEACHER: TEO WOON CHUN 5 BAKTI 961022-01-XXXX MISS BOON EE SIANG

(P/S: My project work is 101% done by my own so the content is maybe not all correct. It is just a tutorial for those who do not know how to do the project work. Want to believe or not? It depends on your own. Enjoy reading. ) Updated 29/04/2013 ~1~
Submission date: 2nd May 2013 (Thursday)

BY TWC @ 2013

1 Introduction PART A FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME AND ITS MONTHLY ALLOCATION I II Statistical graphs Mean and standard deviation Content Page 3 4-5 6 6 7–8 8 9 9 10 10 11 – 12 Remark 2 III Comments I Data in table form 3 PART B FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME AND ITS MONTHLY ALLOCATION FROM 5 OF MY FRIENDS Compare and comment about finding Line graph and bar chart : Education and recreation for III six families II Comments Mean. standard deviation for IV education and recreation Comments I Pie chart. bar chart and ratio form 4 PART C MONTHLY INCOME: WEIGHTAGE IN DEGREE FOR SIX FAMILIES II Change in monthly income 20 Richest And 20 Poorest Countries In The World And Their Literal Level Conclusion 12 5 FURTHER EXPLOTATION I II 13 – 14 14 15 6 Reflection ~2~ BY TWC @ 2013 .ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 CONTENTS No.

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 INTRODUCTION The Household Expenditure Survey (HES) was the first conducted in the year 1957/58. The main objective of HES was to collect information on the level and pattern of consumption expenditure by households on a comprehensive range of goods and services. researchers and university students. demand for data from the survey has increased and it is now used for several purposes. However. This information served as the basis for determining the goods and services to be included in the basket of the Consumer Price Index (CPI). HES has becomes an invaluable source of information for government and private sectors. It was also used to represent the expenditure pattern of households in Malaysia. ~3~ BY TWC @ 2013 . Beginning 1993/94 it was carried out at an interval of five years and the recent survey was undertaken in 2009/2010. over the years. The survey is covered private households in urban and rural areas.

50 18.75 12.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME AND ITS MONTHLY ALLOCATION Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 800 5 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 350 100 150 100 50 50 800 Allocation of Income (%) 43.50 6.25 100 PRESENTATION MY FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME BY USING DIFFERENT STATISTICAL GRAPHS Others Recreation 6% 6% Education 13% Food 44% Transportation 19% Utility 12% PIE CHART ~4~ BY TWC @ 2013 .25 6.75 12.

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Food Utility Transportation Education Recreation Others BAR CHART 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Food Utility Transportation Education Recreation Others LINE GRAPH ~5~ BY TWC @ 2013 .

̅ Standard deviation. (Express your answer in one paragraph not in Q&A form. σ = √ CALCULATE THE MEAN AND STANDARD DEVIATION BASED ON YOUR MONTHLY INCOME ON YOUR OWN. You are encouraged to write some moral values in your comments. σ = √ Variance. COMMENTS: Which category that your family used up most money? Explain.25 2 101 f × x2 5100. 1-100 50.5 2550.) ~6~ BY TWC @ 2013 . Your comments must at least three or above.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 (ii) The mean and standard deviation of allocation of income by using at least two methods. σ2 = ∑ ∑ ∑ ̅ . Which category that your family used up least money? Explain.g.5 ∑ ∑ ∑ ̅ =∑ ∑ = _______ Standard deviation. ̅ =∑ N X – allocation of income (not midpoint) Rang Mid x2 Frequfx e point ency (f) (x) e. Why there is different answers by using different method? Explain.

67 13.67 36.32 100 FRIEND C – LIM LIX MIN (5 BAKTI) Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 4000 6 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 800 500 400 1800 300 200 4000 Allocation of Income (%) 20.00 100 FRIEND B – TIU YI JING (5 BAKTI) Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 6000 5 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 600 700 700 2200 1000 800 6000 Allocation of Income (%) 10.67 11.00 12.00 100 ~7~ BY TWC @ 2013 .00 45.00 10.00 7.00 24.00 20.00 11.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME AND ITS MONTHLY ALLOCATION FROM 5 OF MY FRIENDS 5 OF MY FRIENDS’ FAMILY MONTHLY INCOME FRIEND A – TAN EE PING PAULINE (5 AMANAH) Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 5000 7 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 1000 1200 1000 1000 500 300 5000 Allocation of Income (%) 20.50 5.50 10.00 20.67 16.00 6.

00 5. (Express your answer in one paragraph not in Q&A form.00 10.00 100 FRIEND E – LEE HUI XIN (5 BAKTI) Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 2300 8 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 400 500 600 400 100 300 2300 Allocation of Income (%) 17.39 21. Explain why.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 FRIEND D – TAY JIA JIA (5 BAKTI) Monthly Income Number of family members Categories Food Utility 1000 4 Transportation Education Recreation Others Total Allocation of Income (RM) 300 150 100 300 100 50 1000 Allocation of Income (%) 30.35 13. Your comments must at least three or above. You are encouraged to write some moral values in your comments.00 10.74 26. Explain why. Which family used up least allocation of monthly income.) ~8~ BY TWC @ 2013 .39 4. Which family used up most allocation of monthly income.00 15.04 100 COMPARISON ABOUT MY FINDINGS Family Monthly Income 800 5000 6000 4000 1000 2300 Number of family members 5 7 5 6 4 8 Food 350 1000 600 800 300 400 Utility 100 1200 700 500 150 500 Categories Transp.Educortation ation 150 1000 700 400 100 600 100 1000 2200 1800 300 400 Recrea -tion 50 500 1000 300 100 100 Other 50 300 800 200 50 300 Allocation of monthly income (RM) 800 5000 6000 4000 1000 2300 WOON CHUN PAULINE YI JING LIX MIN JIA JIA HUI XIN COMMENTS: Explain which family used up most monthly income in all categories.00 30.09 17.

Your comments must at least three or above.) ~9~ BY TWC @ 2013 . Which family used up least monthly income in education/recreation category? Explain.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 PRESENTATION OF EDUCATION AND RECREATION CATEGORIES FOR SIX FAMILIES 3500 3000 2500 2000 Recreation 1500 1000 500 0 WOON CHUN PAULINE YI JING LIX MIN JIA JIA HUI XIN Education BAR CHART 2500 2000 1500 Education 1000 Recreation 500 0 WOON CHUN PAULINE YI JING LIX MIN JIA JIA HUI XIN LINE GRAPH COMMENTS: Which family used up most monthly income in education/recreation category? Explain. You are encouraged to write some moral values in your comments. (Express your answer in one paragraph not in Q&A form.

5 300.5 1250. Categories Categories Family Family Education Recreation Education Recreation 100 50 1800 300 WOON CHUN LIX MIN 1000 500 300 100 PAULINE JIA JIA 2200 1000 400 100 YI JING HUI XIN RECREATION EDUCATION MEAN MEAN ̅ =∑ = N 1-500 501-1000 1001-1500 1501-2000 2001-2500 250.5 ∑ : ∑ x: ∑ : = ∑ x: ̅ =∑ ∑ = ̅ =∑ ∑ ∑ STANDARD DEVIATION STANDARD DEVIATION Standard deviation.5 2250.5 1750. σ = √ Variance. σ2 = ∑ ∑ ̅ Standard deviation. σ = √ Variance.5 700.5 900.5 750.5 ̅ =∑ N 1-200 201-400 401-600 601-800 801-1000 100. σ2 = ∑ ∑ ∑ ̅ . COMMENTS: Why there is different answers by using different method? Explain.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 (iv) Mean and standard deviation for education and recreation categories by using at least two methods. σ = √ CALCULATE THE MEAN AND STANDARD DEVIATION BASED ON YOUR MONTHLY INCOME ON YOUR OWN. ~ 10 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 .̅ .5 500.̅ Standard deviation. σ = √ Standard deviation.

4 42 45 54 78.7 Others 22.6 Recreation 22.5 72 42 36 36 93.5 21.6 Utility 45 86. another two families in the form of bar chart and another two families in ratio form.5 72 36 72 108 62.6 48 18 18 47.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 MONTHLY INCOME: WEIGHTAGE IN DEGREE FOR SIX FAMILIES (i) Weightage in degrees.9 Education 45 72 132 162 108 62.5 36 60 27 36 15.3 Transportation 67. PIE CHART ~ 11 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 . Categories Family WOON CHUN PAULINE YI JING LIX MIN JIA JIA HUI XIN Food 157. for each category based on the monthly income for my family and my five friends.0 Allocation of monthly income 360 360 360 360 360 360 The weightage of any two families in the form of pie chart.

50 525 Transportation 150 1000 700 400 100 600 Education 103 1030 2266 1854 309 412 Recreation 49 490 980 294 98 98 Others 55 330 880 220 55 330 Allocation of monthly income (RM) 847 5210 6221 4173 1049.50 2405 ~ 12 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 . Categories Family WOON CHUN PAULINE YI JING LIX MIN JIA JIA HUI XIN Food 385 1100 660 880 330 440 Utility 105 1260 735 525 157.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 YI JING LIX MIN Food Utility Transportation Education Recreation Other BAR CHART Family TAN PAULINE LEE HUI XIN Food 1000 400 Utility 1200 500 Categories Transportation Education Recreation 1000 1000 500 3: 4: 3: 3: 2: 1 600 400 100 4: 5: 6: 4: 1: 3 Others 300 300 RATIO FORM The corresponding expected monthly income from the information given for me and my five friends.

1 74.7 54.8 71.8 60.7 67.9 52.1 41.1 56.7 35.1 Burundi Zimbabwe Eritrea Central African Republic Niger Sierra Leone Malawi Togo Madagascar Afghanistan Mozambique Guinea Ethiopia Guinea Bissau Comoros Haiti Uganda Rwanda ~ 13 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 .8 56.9 64.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 FURTHER EXPLORATION 20 POOREST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Congo Liberia Country Name Literacy Level (%) 83.2 74.5 28.9 66.0 28.8 60.8 67.0 42.2 90.

0 99.6 99.0 99.0 CONCLUSION: DO YOUR OWN CONCLUSION ACCORDING TO YOUR FINDINGS. You are encouraged to write some moral values in your comments.4 99.6 61.1 97.0 99.0 88.7 86.4 99.0 97.) ~ 14 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 .0 99. Your comments must at least three or above.4 87.9 90.0 99. (Express your answer in one paragraph not in Q&A form.0 86.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 FURTHER EXPLORATION 20 RICHEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Country Name United States China Japan Germany France United Kingdom Brazil Italy Russia India Canada Australia Spain Mexico South Korea Indonesia Turkey Netherlands Saudi Arabia Switzerland Literacy Level (%) 99.6 98.2 99.0 92.

TWC 2013 @ SMK TUNKU PUTRA.ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 JUST PUT THE MORAL VALUES WHICH ARE RELATED TO THIS PROJECT WORK AND APPLY IT BY USING “I-THINK” MAP. ~ 15 ~ BY TWC @ 2013 .

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