# #6 Paul John F.

Cadag Basic Statistics TTh (2:00 -3:30)

Simple Random Sampling (Birth Place)
n = 100/1+100(12.4)2 N = 100 n = 40 a = 87.6 % e = 12.4 % k = 100/40 = 2.5 > 3

34 78 70 48

96 72 94 7

22 99 23 32

27 98 51 59

45 20 41 10

89 76 58 46

75 47 69 12

65 95 68 97

24 87 67 88

37 13 77 86

Tabular: Quezon Manila Paranaque Isabela Makati Taiwan Bataan Sorsogon Pampanga Mandaluyong Las pinas Cavite Muntinlupa Marinduque Pasig Olongapo =4 = 15 =2 =1 =6 =1 =1 =1 =1 =1 =1 =2 =1 =1 =1 =1 40

Textual:

According to our pick of 40 respondents out of 100.The highest in 40 respondents in birth place is in Manila followed by Makati, then followed by Quezon which is 4%, when Paranaque and Cavite is 2%. And the same rate of birth place which is 1% only this are the: Iasabela, Taiwan, Bataan, Sorsogon, Pampanga, Mandaluyong, Las pinas, Muntinlupa, Marinduque, Pasig and Olongapo.

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Systematic Random Sampling (Religion)
n = 100/1+100(12.4)2 N = 100 n = 40 a = 87.6 % e = 12.4 % k = 100/40 = 2.5 > 3

2 5 8 11

4 17 20 23

26 29 32 35

38 41 44 47

50 53 56 59

62 65 68 71

74 77 80 83

86 89 92 95

98 1 4 7

10 13 16 19

Tabular: Born again = 3 Catholic = 34 Baptist = 1 Muslim = 1 Iglesia = 1 40

Textual: According to survey for religion the catholic Religion is the highest in 40 out of 100 respondents. Which the catholic have 40%, when Muslim and Iglesia are the same 1% rate, Born again is 2% and Baptist is 4%.

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Stratified Random Sampling (Birth date)
n = 100/1+100(12.4)2 N = 100 n = 40 a = 87.6 % e = 12.4 % k = 100/40 = 2.5 > 3

4 19 47 68

5 20 48 73

7 22 49 76

8 23 51 79

9 31 56 80

12 32 58 83

14 34 60 84

15 35 61 85

16 40 62 86

17 43 63 87

Frequency distribution Table: Class Interval Tally f Class Boundaries Class mark Relatively Frequency Commulative Frequency Cf<
18 – 19

Cf> 40 27 11 4

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13 16 7 4

17.5 – 19.5 19.5 – 21.5 21.5 – 23.5 23.5 – 25.5

27.25 41 45 49

32.5 40 17.5 10

13 29 36 40

20 – 21 22 -23 24 – 25

Textual: According to survey in of age, the highest is 20 – 21 which is 16% followed by 18-19 which is 13%, when 22 – 23 is 7% and the lowest is 24 – 25

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Cluster Random Sampling (Gender)
n = 100/1+100(12.4)2 N = 100 n = 40 a = 87.6 % e = 12.4 % k = 100/40 = 2.5 > 3 Tabular: Male = 28

Female = 12 40 Textual: In our 40 respondents out of 100 in gender type the male is the higher than female which 28% in male and 12% in female.

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