Jackson's wiki page

Car project =https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/:_hS4pB3qhS4lEu0VWLDakJKw/edit?usp=sharing

This is my real car that is under 20,000. This is my dream car that is 55,695

Wanted poster

wanted-poster-template.pages = wanted poster

I like math because there is so much to learn about it.

da vinci's proportions

for this project we took da vinci's ideal proportions and we took data of are real proportions and we compared

them with a circle graph and a bar graph.Jack M

this double bar graph is comparing my proportions to

Da Vinci's ideal proportions.

this circle graph shows are class comparison to Da Vinci's ideal proportions. each piece represents the

percentage of who was proportion and who was not.

Answer the following questions underneath your graph:

1. Which areas did you match Da Vinci's ideal proportions?

- I only matched in one proportion and that was (arm span to height.)

2. If you measured yourself in 5 years, do you think that your proportions would change?

- If i measured my self in five years i do not think my proportions would change at all.

3. Why is a double bar graph an appropriate way to present this data?

- A double bar graph would be appropriate because you are comparing two categories that are using the the same data.

Categorical Data:

I surveyed 10 people from the six grade medieval class.

mean:3.64

median:4

mode:4

range:6

outlier:I have no outlier.

*In this chart i took one student at a time from are class and asked what were their top 10 most favorite candies. If i did not have the category I added it to my data. I used a bar graph to display my data because Bar graphs are used to compare things between different groups. when the bar is bigger it means the candy was most liked by my classmates.Like kit-kat for example the bar is to the 8 on the graph so that means it got 8 votes.*

Categorical Data:

I surveyed 10 people from the six grade medieval class.

mean:7.55

median:7

mode:7

range:4

outlier:I have no outlier.

*In this chart i took one student at a time from are class and asked how many hours did they sleep at night. IN this chart i used a bar graph witch is the same as the last chat because they are both appropriate for the set of data. The average number of hours a student sleeps at night is seven. that data was only out f the student i surveyed.*

*This is the link for the proportions problem.*

*docs.google.com/presentation/d/1QOaSZlVuf-gl7DQZItXR8VJIga2UM-LB0ho-y6cwsH4/edit?pli=1#slide=id.p*

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## Comments (5)

## Campbell Lindquist said

at 6:38 pm on Oct 27, 2014

cool beans!

## katieverlin said

at 2:33 pm on Oct 29, 2014

Jack- Good start for your wiki! I really like your cars! Good job!

-Mrs. Verlin :)

## Carmen said

at 11:37 am on Feb 20, 2015

bad

## Carmen said

at 11:37 am on Feb 20, 2015

JK

## spartan king said

at 11:37 am on Feb 20, 2015

good

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