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Gender

Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
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Income (in $000's)
2.20
3.90
5.00
5.12
6.02
8.09
8.24
8.27
9.62
9.90
10.00
10.00
10.30
10.44
10.50
10.70
11.00
11.10
11.18
12.09
12.15
12.71
13.00
13.00
13.15
13.30
13.50
13.60
13.64
13.70
14.03
14.25
14.42
14.43
14.50
15.59
16.00
16.17
16.56
16.73
16.98
17.00
17.05
17.10
17.15
18.00
18.30
18.90
19.50
19.70
19.72
19.80

Table (a)
Sorted Gender
Income
Males
Females
62
Gender
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female

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Income (in $000's)
2.20
3.90
5.00
5.12
6.02
8.09
8.24
8.27
9.62
9.90
10.00
10.00
10.30
10.44
10.50
10.70
11.00
11.10
11.18
12.09
12.15
12.71
13.00
13.00
13.15
13.30
13.50
13.60
13.64
13.70
14.03
14.25
14.42
14.43
14.50
15.59
16.00
16.17
16.56
16.73
16.98
17.00
17.05
17.10
17.15
18.00
18.30

00 22.01 8.95 10.13 13.60 34.86 38.09 .35 32.30 22.90 12.50 6.89 20.50 32.70 19.30 25.42 14.30 25.00 1.50 6.72 19.43 34.67 24.90 19.60 26.35 13.00 14.86 38.75 20.01 8.50 28.20 27.00 22.10 20.50 19.95 21.64 23.00 1.38 9.10 44.50 28.04 8.00 91.04 27.21 25.00 10.20 27.21 25.09 12.00 28.04 8.50 32.40 22.40 22.22 21.64 23.60 26.20 25.35 32.70 11.00 26.37 22.20 25.00 41.63 20.75 20.50 28.10 9.00 41.10 44.09 12.09 13.09 10.00 28.Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male 20.34 7.20 Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Female Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male 18.20 34.04 27.34 7.63 20.95 21.50 34.25 24.00 59.50 27.50 28.90 12.20 34.89 20.50 27.43 34.00 91.10 20.67 24.25 24.50 34.37 22.60 34.95 10.22 21.10 9.80 20.09 10.70 11.00 26.00 10.30 22.38 9.00 59.

20 17.Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male 14.83 16.00 23.20 22.30 51.58 16.10 41.90 19.30 51.26 23.07 16.47 24.70 17.70 17.80 18.65 33.21 18.10 41.50 48.68 24.15 16.00 18.04 77.07 16.15 18.61 22.10 16.20 56.10 57.30 30.90 19.70 27.20 16.20 16.76 29.80 25.00 18.00 Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male 13.85 23.21 18.40 18.00 68.00 27.80 25.00 68.85 23.03 22.80 18.04 77.20 14.50 48.76 15.88 21.03 22.65 33.35 13.00 96.42 14.50 15.68 24.20 22.00 14.00 27.40 18.70 27.00 30.76 29.00 96.64 18.15 16.61 22.30 30.88 21.13 13.30 30.20 17.10 57.30 30.00 23.76 15.15 18.58 16.64 18.26 23.58 22.47 24.00 .50 15.00 30.10 16.20 56.58 22.83 16.

3125132849 5.065 88 Mean Standard Error Median Mode Standard Deviation Sample Variance Kurtosis Skewness Range Minimum Maximum Sum Count 23. Female Mean Standard Error Median Mode Standard Deviation Sample Variance Kurtosis Skewness Range Minimum Maximum Sum Count Male 19.Graph (b) Number of males and female in the sample Males Females Textbox (c) The number of females is more than the number of males in the sample.8 2.4482257806 2.3095593 17.9152 12.673198 2.2045133809 18.723688 88.6501400457 2.2 91 1756.5 1.3583557195 301.284755 150. which is 88 and 62 respectively.7899984 62 .2276294729 94.955284 1.125 10 12.5 96 1453.1799998 #N/A 17.

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which is 88 and 62 respectively. . 59% of the sample are females and the remaining 41% of them are males.Name Student ID How Wei Xin 25373382 Table (a) Sorted Gender Income Males Females 62 88 Graph (b) Number of males and female in the sample Males Females Males Females Textbox (c) The number of females are more than the number of males in the sample. In other words.

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26 87.64 20 15 28 40 45.90 13. The income level is different for the two groups of gender.14 100.50 2.80 Mean 23.16 98.91 11.03% 61.86 90 85 0 0 0.45 50 45 2 2 3.36 12.00 0.00 100. approximately 95%.00 96.00 0.00 100.00 98.20 Maximum 96.000 anually and approximately 95% which is 95.60 Table (e) (All tables should be Cumulative Percentage formatted) Frequency Percentage Frequency(%) Frequency (%) Upper bound Midpoint Male Female Male Female Male Female 0 -5 0 0 0.00 0.86 70 65 1 0 1.45 58.53 IQR 11.45 19.77 98.86 100 95 1 1 1.45% of female employees earn up to $40.00 10 5 8 12 12.86 80 75 1 0 1.10 95.84 7.16% of male employees earn up to $60.19 28.000 more than female employees.27 90.48 24.84 1.41 82.90 13.06 59.00 Range 94.00 0.61 1.61 0.16 45.00 0.50 40 35 3 7 4.93 Upper quartile 25.95 87.73 60 55 3 1 4.00 Textbox (f) Based on the cumulative percentage frequency stated in the table above.13 Lower quartile 13.39 98.00 100.32 97.50 88.57 12.56% Median 18.64 12. .96 Std Dev 17.14 95. Male employees earn approximately $20.00 91.00 98.Table (d) Summary Statistics Male Female Count 62 88 Minimum 1.23 2.39 98.000 annually.00 110 105 0 0 0.18 17.09 30 25 15 25 24.28 Coefficient of variation 74.61 0. which is 95.

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00 20. Besides.80 -Standard deviation = 17. This shows that most of the employees (male and female) earn low income.000 to $90.00 5. This indicates that in absolute terms.000.00 0.28 -Coefficient of variation = 74. while female employees' are between $12930 and $24530.45% of female gender. Textbox (i) The four measures of variability are the MALE FEMALE -Range = 94. both the percentage frequency polygons are skewed to the right. Male Graph (g) Precentage Frequency Polygons Percentage frequency of the employees(%) Percentage frequency polygon of the annual income for both female an -20 50.00 Male Fema le 0 20 40 60 80 Total annual income($000's) 100 120 Textbox (h) Both the percentage frequency polygons for males and females are unimodal.00 30.e.00 40.91 11.00 15. The interquartile ranges (IQR) are similar.36 12.00 25. . less than $40000.56% -Interquartile range(IQR)= 11. although male employees' middle 50% of values are between $13570 and $25480.50 88. i. The standard deviation of male employees are higher than female employees.5%.03% 61. the income of male employees are much more variable than female employees. at about $12000.00 35.60 The range of annual income of male is higher than female because there are no female employees earning from $61.00 10. which is 5.00 45.

range and interquartile range are all just slightly higher for Betown than for Aville. although Aville’s middle 50% of values are between $42000 and $106300. This is not surprising since the coefficient of variation is a measure of relative variability (standard deviation as a percentage of the mean) and the mean income in Aville is much lower than in Betown. This indicates that in absolute terms the incomes in Betown are just a little more variable than in Aville. The interquartile ranges (range of the middle 50% of the data) are similar. B has a higher range since A has no-one in the $200000-$210000 class.72% In contrast to the other measures of variation the coefficient of variation is much higher in Aville than in Betown. .Textbox (j) The standard deviation. The standard deviation is $41600 in Aville which is very similar to the value $42700 for Betown. (iv) Coefficient of variation for Aville: 54. at about $64000. while Betown’s are between $103700 and $168300.31% Coefficient of variation for Betown: 31.