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communication quality of age of the do you like Life Number of which is your

b/w staff and sleep smoker that annual or expectancy under-five favourite

management used semester at birth, total deaths in subject

cigarettes system (years) Norway

Valid 55 55 55 55 55 55 55

N

Missing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Communication, quality of sleep, age of smoker, education system, life expectancy, number of

under five deaths and favourite subjects are used and for these variables 55 respondents are

contacted in which all the respondents responds.

Frequency Table:

Percent

When we talk about the communication between staff and management, 55 respondents are

contacted in which 23 respondents consider that there is effective communication between staff

and management while 32 respondents considered that there is ineffective communication. So in

this way 41.8% individuals consider effective whilst 58.2% consider ineffective communication

respectively.

quality of sleep

Percent

In this frequency table, 3.6% have very poor sleep quality, 9.1% have slightly well, and 20% feels

that they have fair sleep quality, 40% good, 20% have very good quality and 7.3% individuals

have excellent sleep quality. In this way all the respondents responses and contribute to the survey.

age of the smoker that uses cigarettes

Percent

In this frequency table, 30.9% are in between the ages of ten to thirty years, 14% individuals

bears the ages of thirty-one to fifty, 20% respondents having the ages between fifty-one to

seventy years and remaining respondents are between the age of seventy-one to hundred years of

ages respectively. So collectively hundred percent individuals responds.

Percent

When we ask about education system from the students that either you like annual system or

semester system, nearly 53% students said that they like annual system and 47% students are in

the favour of semester system.

which is your favourite subject

Percent

Valid

Computer 12 21.8 21.8 78.2

When from college students it is asked that what your favourite subjects is, then nearly 15%

students like mathematics, 18% students feels good about chemistry, 24% students like physics,

computer are liked by 22% students and remaining 12% students like accounts. In this survey all

the students responds.

Frequencies:

Statistics

Valid 55

N

Missing 0

Percent

Valid

181.1 - 201.0 4 7.3 7.3 87.3

As shown in the table, there are 55 observations. In addition to this the frequency table shows

that ten people died in the range

Charts:

From the above charts we can easily conclude that about 53% students like annual system while

47% are those students who preferred to study in semester system.

It is cleared from the picture that nearly 15% students like maths, about 18% students feel craze

about chemistry, approximately 24% students preferred physics, 22% like computer and about

22% are in the favour of accounts.

Ordinal:

As shown in graph that out of 55 respondents, twenty respondents use cigarettes in the range of

one to ten, eighteen are those who lie in the range of eleven to twenty and so on.

When it is asked from the respondents, are they sleep during traveling nearly 81% answered ‘no’

and 19% say ‘yes’.

Graphical Interpretation of Quantitative Data:

When we want to check the relationship between population of females ranging from 0 to 14 and

gross domestic product per capita, we can see that a straight vertical line which shows that with

the increase in GDP per capita there is no change in population ages of females.

When we check the relationship between rural population and mortality rate, it shows a strong

linear relationship to some extent. It means that with the increase in rural population, mortality

rate also increases in the rural areas.

When we want to check the relationship between GDP and mortality rate, it shows a non-linear

behaviour. Along with this GDP and rural population also shows a non-linear but it is extremely

strong non-linear behaviour. When we talk about rural population and mortality rate, it is a strong

linear behaviour which means increase in rural population also increase the mortality rate. Rural

population and GDP shows a non-linear trend, similarly mortality rate and GDP have stronger

non-linear relationship.

Histogram:

The coefficient of skewness is a measure of symmetry or lack of symmetry. From the above

diagram it is shown that the area from the mean from both side is almost equal i.e. 0.63 so it

indicates the positive skewness. And when we talk about the coefficient of kurtosis, it show

leptokurtic behaviour.

The coefficient of skewness is a measure of symmetry or lack of symmetry. From the above

diagram it is shown that the area from the mean from both side is almost equal i.e. 0.163 so it

indicates the positive skewness. And when we talk about the coefficient of kurtosis, it shows

platykurtic.

Descriptive Statistics:

Statistics

total population) in method (current US$) birth, total (years)

Norway

Valid 55 54 55

N

Missing 0 1 0

Mean 29.13151 32964.44 75.28286

Median 28.30100 24525.00 74.69122

Mode 19.527a 1610a 72.177a

Skewness 1.014 1.061 .748

Std. Error of Skewness .322 .325 .322

Kurtosis .627 -.064 -.246

Std. Error of Kurtosis .634 .639 .634

Range 29.475 104340 8.372

Minimum 19.527 1610 72.177

Maximum 49.002 105950 80.549

From the table, it is shown that there are 55 observations. In case of rural population and life

expectancy rate there is no missing value, but in case of gross national income one value is

missing. The first variable that is:

Rural population: Its mean value is 29.13, median is 28.13, and the mode that is the most repeated

value is 19.52. When we talk about coefficient of skewness and kurtosis, the value of skewness is

1.014 with the standard error of 0.322, and kurtosis takes the value of 0.627 with the standard error

of 0.634.

Gross National Income per capita: Its mean value is 32964.44, median is 24525.00, and the mode

that is the most repeated value is 1610. When we talk about coefficient of skewness and kurtosis,

the value of skewness is 1.061 with the standard error of 0.325, and kurtosis takes the value of -

0.064 with the standard error of 0.639 which shows that there is platykurtic.

Rural population: Its mean value is 75.28, median is 74.29, and the mode that is the most repeated

value is 72.169. When we talk about coefficient of skewness and kurtosis, the value of skewness

is 0.748with the standard error of 0.322, and kurtosis takes the value of -.246 with the standard

error of 0.634, the negative value of kurtosis shows that there is platykurtic kurtosis graph.

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