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ISBN 1505-1991-160807 Fisrt Published in Aug/2007(exclusive edition) All right reserved. No part of this project my be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system, or trasmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, photocopying, mecahnical, recording or otherwise, eith the perior permission of Alhasan Ibnu A.bakar Town BanggoKiat 08200 Sikney MalaysiaPeace2007 Tel : 04-4695340 email:hasan_sas91@yahoo.com.m y Layout and typesetting and printed by : AlhasanIbnu A. Bakar Corporation Total characters : 9993 Font type : Calibri

lhamdulillah, I would like to extend my gratefulness to Allah The Almighthy for giving me the chance to complete the project assignment of Additional Mathematics’s Folio. In the process of completing the assignment, I had to face a few challanges. However, I managed to overcome all the problems with the help of many people. First and foremost, I would like to express my sincere thanks to all my family members especially my parents who gave me not only financial support but also moral support and motivation to fine the solutions to all the questions given. Not forgetting, my sincere thanks to my Additional Mathematics teacher, Puan Putri Ahlam Megat Hassan for the guidance and time give to me to compele this project. Last but not least I would to than k my friends for giving me ideas and offering help in time of need. Thank You For For Thank You All. All

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My Contents

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**My Acknowledments My Introduction My Reasearch My Exploration My Conlusion
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4-11

12-14 A

14 B

My Appendage My Bibliographic

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My Introduction

My name is Mohd hasanuddin B Abu Bakar from 4 Ibnu Rusyd. My Additional Mathematics Teacher, Puan Putri Ahlam B Megat Hasan had given me this assignment that need to be completed in about 4 weeks. Alhamdulillah, with the help of Allah, parents and friends I have finished this assignment as fast as I can. This researsch only involved 50 students that from 3 different classes at my scholl, 4 Ibnu Rusyd, 4 Al-Razi and 4 Ibnu Khaldun. Their weight and height had been taken (see table 1) to used in this research. Even though, only their weight fully incriminate in this folio. Their height only involved in the finding of the Body mass Index (BMI). This assignment consist of 2 main questions that branched into several small questions. The first question is about the use of the mathematical operation and thw second question is about the BMI of the students. Besides that, this research had been done together with the ‘Obesity Awareness Campaign’. This is vey important to ensure that the students understand what are the dangerous of Obesity. By the end of this research , I hope that all my friends and also others can get a lot information from this research.

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**My Research and Development
**

Obesity can lead to to various health problems. So, I have decided to create awareness among students about obesity related health problems. Below, are the information that I have get .

**The Data Tabulation
**

No

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

These student’s Weigh weight and Student Heig ht t (kg) height was taken in three (m) classes at Sekolah Menengah A. Asyraf 1.61 70 Kebangsaan Agama Sik. They Adawiah 1.57 54 are from class 4 Ibnu Rusyd, 4 Adira 1.54 48 Ibnu Khaldun1.41 4 Al-Razi. The and Afifah 41 highest weight is 950 60 or 95 kg N Afiq 1.65 and the highest height is 1.81 Afiqah M 1.59 53

Afiqah N Aimi Alwani Amirul Anis Asyraf Ayuni Azhar Azreen Bakar Emron Faiz Fatimah Fatin Alia Fauzan Ghaziah Hafizi Hanim Harfika 1.47 1.55 1.63 1.79 1.54 1.76 1.52 1.65 1.56 1.7 1.67 1.58 1.56 1.54 1.7 1.46 1.72 1.49 1.46 40 48 49 95 50 70 47 48 47 72 49 45 53 45 60 41 59 52 45 No Student Heig Weigh ht t (kg) (m) 1.65 80 1.52 36 1.73 67 1.53 46 1.81 67 1.54 43 1.6 43 1.64 49 1.6 50 1.6 60 1.56 42 1.69 70 1.56 49 1.6 48 1.56 42 1.56 51 1.69 63 1.61 65 1.6 51 1.7 59 1.6 50 1.62 55 1.64 59 1.66 45 1.63 65

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Hasan Hasanah Irfan Irham Luqman Muhammad Mukhlis Mukmin Nafis Najib Najwa Nas Affiy Rashidi Rasydan Rasyidah Rizmin Syamil Syamim Syazwan Ubai Umar Zaid Zaim Zayyad Zuhairi

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**Frequency Distribution Table For Weight Obtained [using a
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suitable class interval]

**(i)Representing the data from the frequency table by using three different stastical graphs
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(1) Histogram [based on the information from table 1]

Weight (kg) Frequency Lower Upper boundry Table 2 boundry 31-40 2 30.5 40.5 41-50 24 40.5 50.5 51-60 13 50.5 60.5 61-70 8 60.5 70.5 71-80 2 70.5 80.5 81-90 0 80.5 90.5 91-100 1 90.5 100.5

**(2) Frequency Polygon [based on the information from table 1]
**

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Weight (kg) Frequency

21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91-100 101-110 0 2 24 13 8 2 0 1 0

Midpoint

25.5 35.5 45.5 55.5 65.5 75.5 85.5 95.5 105.5

Frequenc y

Weight (kg)

(3)

**Comulative Frequency Graph (Ogive)
**

[based on the information from table 1]

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**Weight Upper Frequenc Cumulati (kg) boundry ve frequency y
**

21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91-100 101-110 30.5 40.5 50.5 60.5 70.5 80.5 90.5 100.5 110.5 0 2 24 13 8 2 0 1 0 0 2 26 39 47 49 49 50 50

**(ii) Mean, median and mode for the weight of the 50 students.
**

Weight (kg) Median lies Midpoint(m) Frequency (f) Cumulati ve frequency mxf

31-40 41-50 51-60

35.5 45.5 55.5

2 23 14

2 25 39

**71 1092 721.5
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61-70 71-80 81-90 91-100

65.5 75.5 85.5 95.5

8 2 0 1

50

47 49 49 50

524 151 0 95.5

2655

(1)Mean

Mean = ∑fx ∑f = 2( 35.5) + 24(45.5) + 13(55.5) + 8(65.5) + 2(75.5) + (2+24+13+8+2+ 0(85.5) + 1(95.5) 0+1) Mean = 53.1kg

(2)Median

Median = L + N . 2 _ F C fm 10

50 2 Median = 40.5 + 2 23 Median = 50.5

(3)Mode

The class interval that having the highest frequency is 41-50 Hence, the mode is 24.

(4)Explaination

Mean is the best measure of central tendency to represent the data because:

•

The mean represent all the value of the weight of the 50 students. Mean also more precise and accurate compare to the median and mode.

•

The Standard Deviation Of The Weight [using three different methods] (i) Raw Data ( Ungrouped data) [based on the

information from table 1] X is the weight of the 50 students

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∂=

N Mean,x

∑x 2 x −

2

= = ∑x 2630 50 N

52.6 =

x Mean,

x

70 54 48 41 60 53 40 48 49 95 50 70 47 48 47 72 49 45 53 45 60 41 59 52 45 1341

x

2

x

80 36 67 46 67 43 43 49 50 60 42 70 49 48 42 51 63 65 51 59 50 55 59 45 65 1355

x

2

Standard deviation for ungrouped data,

4900 2916 2304 1681 3600 2809 1600 2304 2401 9025 2500 4900 2209 2304 2209 5184 2401 2025 2809 2025 3600 1681 3481 2704 2025 75597

2025 6400 1296 4489 2116 4489 1849 1849 2401 2500 3600 1764 4900 2401 2304 1764 2601 3969 4225 2601 3481 2500 3025 3481 2025 74055 146085

∂=

N

∑x 2 x −

2

∂ = 146085 2 − 52.6

50

∂ = 12.44 kg

**(ii) Grouped data [based
**

on the information from table 2( pg 2) ] Standard Deviation for grouped data ,

Sum

1341+1355 =2630

75597+74055 =

∂= ∂=

2 ∑ fx− x ∑f 2 ∑ fx− x ∑f

2

2

Weight (kg) 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91-100

Frequency 2 24 13 8 2 0 9 | Page 1

Weight Class ∑f 31-40 mark, x 35.5 (kg) 41-50 45.5 51-60 55.5 61-70 65.5 71-80 75.5 81-90 85.5 91-100 95.5

x

f 2 24 13 8 2 0 1 ∑ f= 50

∂=

∑ fx

fx 71 1092 721.5 524 151 0 95.5 ∑ fx= 2655

x2

1260.25 2070.25 3080.25 4290.25 5700.25 7310.25 9120.25

fx2

2520.5 49686 40043.25 34322 11400.5 0 9120.25

∑ fx2 = 147092.5

∂=

2655 50 52.6

∂=

∂=

∑ fx 2 − x ∑f

2

∂=

147092.5 − 52.62 50

∂ = 13.23 kg

**(iii) Grouped data [make another table using different class
**

interval ]

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Standard Deviation for grouped data ,

∂= ∑f ∂ x =

∑ fx x −

2

2

∑ fx ∑f

∂ = 2670

50

∂=

53.4

Weight (kg) 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 61-65 66-70 71-75 76-80 81-85 86-90 91-95

Frequency 0 2 10 14 7 6 3 5 1 1 0 0 1

Weight Class 31-35 33 (kg) mark, x 36-40 38 41-45 43 46-50 48 51-55 53 56-60 58 61-65 63 66-70 68 71-75 73 76-80 78 81-85 83 86-90 88 91-95 93

f 0 2 10 14 7 6 3 5 1 1 0 0 1 ∑ f= 50

fx 0 76 430 672 371 348 189 340 73 78 0 0 93 ∑ fx= 2670

x2 1089 1444 1849 2304 2809 3364 3969 4624 5329 6084 6889 7744 8649

fx2 0 2888 18490 32256 19663 20184 11907 23120 5329 6084 0 0 8649 ∑ fx2 = 148570

∂=

∑ fx 2 x − ∑f

2

∂=

148570 − 53.42 50

Making Conclusion From The Value Of The conclusion that I can make is, the value Thenot different too much fom each other. are Standard For Example the c(i) is 12.44, c(ii) Deviation [obtained in is 13.23

and c(iii) is 10.94. So, the range is 2.29 only. Therefore, these three type of standard deviation can be use to find the most accurate standard deviation for a certain grouped or ungrouped data. For more accurate try to use more class 11 | P a g e interval from small to large.

∂ = 10.94 kg

**My Futher Exploration
**

The Body Mass Index (BMI) gives an indication of the physical state of a person as being underweight, normal, overweight or obess. BMI can be calculated using the following formula :

Studen t 26 27 28 Heigh t (m) 1.65 1.52 1.73 Weigh t (kg) 80 BMI Category 29.3 Over 8 36 15.5 Under 8 67 22.3 Normal 9 46 Category 19.6 Normal 5 Underweight 67 20.4 Normal 5 Normal Under 43 18.1 3 Overweight 43 16.8 Obese Under 0 49 18.2 2 Under 50 19.5 3 Normal 60 23.4 4 Normal 42 17.2 6 Under 70 24.5 1 Normal 49 20.1 3 Normal 48 18.7 5 Normal 42 17.2 6 Under 51 20.9 6 Normal 63 22.0 6 Normal 65 25.0 Over 8 51 19.9 2 Normal 59 20.4 2 Normal 50 19.5 3 Normal 55 20.9 6 Normal 59 21.9 4 Normal 45 16.3 3 Under 12 | P a g e 65 24.4 6 Normal

BMI =

weight (kg) height (m) x height

29BMI 1.53

**Below 18.5 30 1.81 25-29.9 1.6 3032 Above &
**

33 1.6

18.5-24.9 31 1.54

BMI and Corresponding physical state of a person

1.64 34

**The BMI Of Each Student35
**

36 37

1.6 1.56 1.69 1.56

38 1.6 39 1.56 40 1.56 41 1.69 42 1.61 43 1.6 44 1.7 45 1.6 46 1.62 47 1.64 48 1.66 49 1.63 50

Determine The Percentage Of Students That Are Underweight And Obess By Drawing An Ogive. (i) The percentage of underweight students

Stude nt 1 1.57 2 1.54 3 1.41 4 1.65 5 1.59 6 1.47 7 1.55 8 1.63 9 1.79 10 1.54 11 1.76 12 1.52 13 1.65 14 1.56 15 1.7 16 1.67 17 1.58 18 1.56 19 1.54 20 1.7 21 1.46 22 1.72 23 1.49 24 1.46 25 45 52 59 41 60 45 53 45 49 72 47 48 47 70 50 95 49 48 40 53 60 41 48 54 Heig ht (m) 1.61 Weig ht (kg) 70 BMI 27.0 1 21.9 1 20.2 4 20.6 2 22.0 4 20.9 6 18.5 1 19.9 8 18.4 4 29.6 5 21.0 8 22.6 0 20.3 4 17.6 3 19.3 1 24.9 1 17.5 7 18.0 3 21.7 8 18.9 7 20.7 6 19.2 3 19.9 4 23.4 2 21.1 1 Category

Underweight = 11 × 100 50 Underweight = 22 %

Over

Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Under

**(ii) The percentage of obess students
**

Based on the table in the page above, we know that the students in 4 Ibnu Rusyd, 4 Ibnu Khaldun and 4 Al-Razi do not obess. Only 4 of them are underweight. This situation happened maybe due to the student’s eating

Category U.Bound Frequency

Over

Normal Normal Normal Under Normal Normal Under Under Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

12-14 14.5 0 0 15-17 17.5 7 7 18-20 20.5 25 32 21-23 23.5 11 43 24-26 26.5 4 47 27-29 29.5 3 50 habits. Besides that 90% of these students are scholl’s athlets. The students that are overweight maybe they didn’t obey to the food pyramid. Let we see the percentage of the the overweight students :

C.Frequen cy

Overweight = 4 50 Underweight = 8 %

**(iii) Drawing an ogive of the students [based on BMI
**

table]

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**Obesity Awareness Campaign
**

As a student, to ensure that the campaign will success, I can take part in every activity that it have. Besides that I will motivate my friend using the information that I have got from this project. I will tell them the effect of obesity to them such as heart attack, diabeties and stroke. More over , I also can help my friend that are obess by giving them a lot of physical exercise and some tips to them how to balance body weight. Futhermore, my father is a doctor. So, I can bring my father’s research about obesity and food that he was made last year. I also will help teachers and who ever to ensure this campaign reach it objective.

Conclusion

Based on the research, I see that there is no obess students in SMKAS. Although this research only take 50 students, but this 50 students are represent the whole students in SMKAS. Parallax error maybe happened in this research. So, I use many ways of calculation information to find the accurate and best result.

Therefore, the calculation in (b)(i) is true and accurate. So, the answer can be taken as the accurate and precise research. This graph also didn’t show any obess student in the classes. This show that that they are good in eating habits. 14 | P a g e

Only 4 students overweight in this research. It represent only 8% of the whole research. This shows that the students have good eating habits and the canteen also sell the food high in vitamin and protien. The overweight students are A.Amirul, Amirul, Hassan and Syamim. For me, they have many chances to balance their weight. With teachers’ help, I think they can stay in normal category. Obesity are very dangerous because it can lead to death. So, It is vcery important to prevent it by eating using food pyramid. Only this way can prevent who ever from obess and suffer in many kinds of dangerous diseases. Besies that, by taking part in Obesity Wareness Campaign also can make some one avoiding obesity.

My Appendage (1)

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My Appendage (2)

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My Bibliographic

1)Text books : i) Matehamtics Modern F4 ii)Additional Mathematics F4 2)Internet : i) Goggle search : obesity ii)www.emoh.gov.my iii)Yahoo search : effect of obesity 3)Books : i) Important of Balance Diet ii)Pyramid of Food

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