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SMK SERI AMPANG

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATIC
PROJEK PAPER 2015

NAME: Nathaniel Ng Bujang


IC NO.: 980503-06-5823
FORM: 5-Amanah
CANDIDATE NO.:
TEACHER NAME: Abdul Halim Bin Nanyan

BIODATA

Name: Nathaniel Ng Bujang


Date Of Birth: 3 May 1998
Address:A-8-1 Perumahan Anngkatan
Tentera Jalan U-Thant, No.44, Jalan
1/76 OFF Jalan Kampung Pandan,
55100, WPKL
Ambition: Doctor
Target For SPM: 6A, 4B
Target For SPM Add. Maths: B

CONTENT
N
O

TITLE

APPRECIATiON

HISTORY

OBJECTIVE

FLOW CHART

PRESENTATION
-PART A
-PART B
-PART C

FURTHER EXPLORATION

REFLECTION

10 CONCLUSION

PAGE

APPRECIATION
Firstly, a thousand of thanks also
I present to my Additional
Mathematics teacher, En. Abdul
Halim bin Nanyan @ Othman for the
guide, useful giving and important
information for me to complete this
project work.
Secondly, on the same time, also
a thousands of thanks I like to
present to my parent and family for
their encourage and supportment.
Lastly, also a special thanks to
all my friends for their help and cooperating in searching for information
and competing this project work.

HISTORY

TheHistory of statisticscan be said to start around 1749 although, over


time, there have been changes to the interpretation of the word statistics.
In early times, the meaning was restricted to information aboutstates.
This was later extended to include all collections of information of all
types, and later still it was extended to include the analysis and
interpretation of such data. In modern terms, "statistics" means both sets
of collected information, as innational accountsandtemperature records,
and analytical work which requiresstatistical inference.
Statistical activities are often associated with models expressed
usingprobabilities, and requireprobability theoryfor them to be put on a
firmtheoretical basis: seeHistory of probability.
A number of statistical concepts have had an important impact on a wide
range of sciences. These include thedesign of experimentsand approaches
to statistical inference such asBayesian inference, each of which can be
considered to have their own sequence in the development of the ideas
underlying modern statistics.
Statstic Today
During the 20th century, the creation of precise instuments of agriculture
research, public health concerry (epidemidogy and biostatistic, etc),
industrical control and economic and social purpose necesiated substantial
advance in statistical practices. Today the use of statistic ha broadened
for beyond its origin. Invidual and organizations use statitics to understand
data and make informe decisions throghout the natural and social science,
medicine, business and other areas.
Statistics id generally regarded not as a subfield of mathematics but
rather as a distinet, albeit allied, field. Many universities maintain separate
mathematics and statistics departments. Statistics is also thaught in
department as diverse as physcology, education and public health.

OBJECTIVE
The main objective of HES are to
collect information on the level and
pattern of consumption expenditure by
households on a comprehensive range of
goods and service. This information
served as the basis for determining the
good and services to be included in the
basket of the Consumer Price Tax (CPI). It
was also used to represent the
expenditure pattern of households in
Malaysia.
However, over the years, demand
for data from the survey ha increased and
it is now used for several purpose. HES ha
become an invalueble source of
information for government and private
sectors, researchers and university
students

FLOW CHART

PRESENTATION
PART A
i)
MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

4,900

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

TOTAL

CATEGORIES

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

FOOD

800

16.3

UTILITY

1,300

26.5

TRASPORTATION

400

8.2

EDUCATION

600

12.3

RECREATION

500

10.2

OTHERS

1,300

26.5

4,900

100

Allocation Of Income

FOOD
UTILITY
TRASPORTATIO
N
EDUCATION
RECREATION
OTHERS

Allocation Of Income
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0

Allocation Of Income
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0

ii) M

CATEGORIES

ALLOCATION OF
INCOME

Food

800

Utility

1,300

Transportation

400

Education

600

Recreation

500

Others

1300

Mean

816.7

Standard Deviation

X
800
1300
400
600
500
1300

x
800

1300

400

600

500

1300

- 2
(x-x)

MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

5000

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

TOTAL

CATEGORIES

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

FOOD

900

18

UTILITY

2,500

50

TRASPORTATION

200

EDUCATION

700

14

RECREATION

500

10

OTHERS

200

5000

100

MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

CATEGORIES

FOOD
UTILITY
TRASPORTATIO
N
EDUCATION

RECREATION

OTHERS

TOTAL

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

CATEGORIES

FOOD
UTILITY
TRASPORTATIO
N
EDUCATION

RECREATION

OTHERS

TOTAL

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

CATEGORIES

FOOD
UTILITY
TRASPORTATIO
N
EDUCATION

RECREATION

OTHERS

TOTAL

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

MONTHLY
INCOME
(RM)

NUMBER
OF
FAMILY
MEMBER
S

CATEGORIES

FOOD
UTILITY
TRASPORTATIO
N
EDUCATION

RECREATION

OTHERS

TOTAL

ALOCATI
ON OF
INCOME
(RM)

ALOCATION
OF INCOME
(%)

iii)
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Education
Recreation

35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Education
Recreation

iv)
Education
Nathaniel's
Family
Mun Wai's
Family

Recreation

12.3

10.2

10

10

Jin Hao's Family

32

16

Ross's Family

14

10

Ivan's Family

10

25

Hakim's Family

11

14

Mean

14.8833333

14.2

Std Deviation

8.52300808

5.85149554

Standard Deviation (Education)


x

x2

- 2
(x-x)

12.3
10
32
14
10
11

Standard Deviation (Recreation)


- 2
x
x2
(x-x)
10.2
10
16
10
25
14

Part C
i)
FAMILY

ALOCATION WEIGHTAG
MONTHLY
CATEGORIE
OF INCOME
E
INCOME (RM)
S
(RM)
( )
Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation
Others
Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation
Others
Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation

Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation
Others
Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation
Others
Food
Utility
Transportatio
n
Education
Recreation
Others

Ivan's Family
Food
Utility
Transportation
Education
Recreation
Others

Hakim's Family
Food
Utility
Transportation
Education
Recreation
Others

Mun Wai's Family


140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0

Jin Hao's Family


140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0

Nathaniels Family
58.8 : 95.5 : 29.4 : 44.1 :
36.7 : 95.5
Rosss Family
64.8 : 180 : 14.4 : 50.4 :
36 : 14.4

ii)
CATEGORIES

ALLOCATION OF
INCOME

l2015

l2016

Food

Increase by 10%

100

110

30

Utility

Increase by 5%

100

105

22

Transportation

Unchanged

100

100

15

Education

Increase by 3%

100

103

10

Recreation

Decrease by 2%

100

98

Others

Increase by 10%

100

110

18

Further Explorations
List Of Richest Countries In The World
And Literacy Rate
NO

COUNTRY

Qatar

Luxembourg

Singapore

Norway

Hong Kong SAR

Brunei Darussalam

United States

United Arab
Emirates

Switzerland

10

Kuwait

11

Austria

12

Netherlands

13

Australia

14

Canada

15

Sweeden

16

Ireland

INCOME
(USD)

LITERACY
RATE

List Of Poorest Countries In The World And


Literacy Rate
NO

COUNTRY

Democratic Republic Of
Congo

Liberia

Zimbabwe

Burundi

Eritrea

Central African Repubic

Niger

Malawi

Togo

10

Madagascar

11

Islamic Republic Of
Afghanistan

12

Guinea

13

Ethiopia

14

Sierra Leone

15

Mozembique

16

Mali

INCOME
(USD)

LITERACY
RATE

REFLECTION
From this project, I have learnt the
importance of perseverance as time had
been invested to ensure the completion and
excellence towards this project. Similarly, I
have learnt the virtue of working together
as I have helped and receive bundle of help
from my fellow peers in the production of
the projects sharing knowledge is vital in
achieving a single goal. Also, I have learnt
to be thankful and appreciative. This is
because, I am being able to apply my
mathematical knowledge in my daily life
and appreciate the beauty of mathematics.
All and all, I have spent countless hours
doing this project. I realized that this subject
is a compulsory to me. Without it, I cant
fulfill my big dreams and wishes>

CONCLUSION
After doing research, answering questions,
drawing graphs and some problem solving , I saw that
the usage of statistics is important in our daily life. It
is not just widely used in markets but also in
interpreting the condition of the surroundings like the
air and sea. In conclusion, statistics is a daily life
necessity. Without it, surveys cant be conducted , the
surveys cant be interpret and many more. So,we
should be thankful of the people who contribute in the
idea of statistics. Also while I was conducting the
project , I have learnt and practiced lots of moral
values. Some of them are that we should be patient
when doing any work or project. This is to ensure our
work is completed by time. We also should be calm
when any source that we are trying to find comes out
fruitless. Furthermore, we should always be happy so
that whatever work we do can be done easily without
any tension or panic. Last but not least, a teamwork is
very important when we are doing a group project.
Now, I can apply the concept and skill that I have in
solving additional mathematics problems. This project
undoubtedly has gave me massive beneficial.