1.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles on Monday?
2.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles on Saturday?
3.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles on Wednesday?
4.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles at 9.00am?
5.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles at 4.00pm?
6.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mean number of vehicles counted? (give your answer to two decimal places)
7.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the median number of vehicles at 9.00am?
8.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the median number of vehicles at 4.00pm?
9.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the median number of vehicles observed?
10.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mode number of vehicles at 9.00am?
11.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mode number of vehicles at 4.00pm?
12.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the mode number of vehicles observed?
13.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the standard deviation from the mean at 9.00am? (Give your answer to two decimal places)
14.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the standard error from the mean at 9.00am? (Give your answer to two decimal places)
15.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the standard deviation from the mean at 4.00pm? (Give your answer to two decimal places)
16.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
What is the standard error at 4.00pm? (Give your answer to two decimal places)
17.
Two sets of geographers record the numbers of vehicles passing a key urban locality in 60 seconds at 9.00am and 4.00pm over the course of a week. The results obtained are: (i) 9.00pm (M=21, T=14, W=33, Th=19, F=5, S=1, Su=1) (ii) 4.00pm (M=38, T=19, W=41, Th=47, F=2, S=0, Su=3).
Complete a Spearman's rank calculation to test the relationship between the traffic count at 9.00am and 4.00pm. You should complete a table in rough to help you. What is the result obtained? (Give your answer to two decimal places).
18.
What sort of relationship does your answer obtained in question 18 represent?
A.
A strong negative relationship
B.
A weak negative relationship
C.
D.
A weak positive relationship
E.
A strong positive relationship
19.
In a final study, the geographers counted the number of car parks in eleven towns and cities. The results obtained were: 12, 4, 8, 9, 7, 17, 19, 20, 24, 31, 17. Calculate the value of the upper quartile.
20.
In a final study, the geographers counted the number of car parks in eleven towns and cities. The results obtained were: 12, 4, 8, 9, 7, 17, 19, 20, 24, 31, 17. Calculate the value of the lower quartile.
21.
In a final study, the geographers counted the number of car parks in eleven towns and cities. The results obtained were: 12, 4, 8, 9, 7, 17, 19, 20, 24, 31, 17. Calculate the inter quartile range.
22.
In a final study, the geographers counted the number of car parks in eleven towns and cities. The results obtained were: 12, 4, 8, 9, 7, 17, 19, 20, 24, 31, 17. Calculate the inter quartile deviation.