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Tyler Hooven Gent Suka Brittany Kaewell.  What types of bottoms C.B. South students wore females: skirts, dresses, capri shorts (above the ankle to below.

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1 Tyler Hooven Gent Suka Brittany Kaewell

2  What types of bottoms C.B. South students wore females: skirts, dresses, capri shorts (above the ankle to below the knee), regular shorts (higher than mid thigh), and athletic shorts males: cargos, athletic, denim  What brand of shirt they are wearing  If they are wearing C.B. South Apparel  What kind of Philly Sports Team Shirt  If they are wearing jewelry

3  One surveyor was at the front entrance of C. B. South  Another surveyor was as the back entrance of C.B. South  We surveyed on two different dates, June 3 rd and June 4th  Recorded our data with every other person  If we didn't know, we would ask them what they were wearing

4  People started wearing clothing 100, ,000 years ago  The first clothing were made from nature elements like animal skin, animal fur, grass, leaves, animal bones, and shells  Clothing was usually draped or tied together  Simple needles made out of animal bones provided evidence that there was sewn leather and fur garments

5  first jewelry was made from readily available natural materials including animal teeth, bone, various types of shells, carved stone and wood.  jewelry was used as a symbol of wealth and status  protect against harm, ward of evil, and heal ailments

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7  Brands such as Philly sports apparel and American Eagle were very popular with C.B. South student  Brands such as Gap and Banana Republic were unpopular among the student that were surveyed  20% of students surveyed were wearing Philly Sports clothing while only 1.4% were wearing either Gap of Banana Republic

8  From the graph, we expect that all CB South students will prefer Philly sports team clothing and American Eagle more than Gap or Banana Republic  The reason why gap and banana republic are so low is because they are not in style in high schoolers, and the reason why American eagle is so high on the chart is because those types of brands are in style

9 State 2 independent SRS All expected counts are greater than or equal to 5 Check 2 independent SRS- assumed Check-- passed

10 ( )²+( )²+…= P(sdf >76.352|DF=12)=2.039X10 Ho: The observed frequency distribution of brands fits the expected distribution. Ha: The observed frequency distribution of brands does not fit the expected distribution We reject the Ho because our p-value is < alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that the observed frequency distribution of brands does not fit the expected distribution.

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12  Among C.B. South Students cargo shorts were the most popular style  while denim shorts are the least popular style.  67% of students surveyed were wearing cargo shorts while 7.8% of students wore denim shorts.

13  In our sample, cargo shorts are a more popular style and denim shorts were the least popular.  The cargo shorts are the highest on the graph because those are in style  Denim shorts are the lowest because they are out of style

14 State 2 independent SRS All expected counts are greater than or equal to 5 Check 2 independent SRS- assumed Check-- passed

15 (36-37)²+(65-37)²+…= P(zfd > |DF=2) = 1.302X10 We reject the Ho because our p-value< alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that the observed frequency distribution of men’s style of bottoms does not fit in the expected distribution. Ho: The observed frequency distribution of men's style of bottoms fits the expected distribution. Ha: The observed frequency distribution of men’s style of bottoms does not fit the expected distribution.

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17  Regular shorts were the most popular shorts among the women surveyed.  Athletic shorts were the least popular with the women surveyed.  Dresses and skirts were the second most popular style of bottoms for the women.  48.5% of the women surveyed wore regular shorts.

18  We found that regular shorts were most popular with the sample of C.B. South students that were surveyed.  We also found that athletic shorts were the least popular style of shorts for our sample of South students.  Regular shorts consists of jean “short” shorts, or anything above the mid-thigh because for girls those are in style  Athletic shorts are the lowest because they are not as popular compared to the other styles recorded

19 State 2 independent SRS All expected counts are greater than or equal to 5 Check 2 independent SRS- assumed Check-- passed

20 ( )²+( )²+…= P(f >37.194| DF=3) = 4.186X10 8 We reject the Ho because the p-value is < alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that the observed frequency distribution of women’s style of bottoms does not fit the expected distribution. Ho: The observed frequency distribution of women’s style of bottoms fits the expected distribution. Ha: The observed frequency distribution of women’s style of bottoms does not fit the expected distribution.

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22  More women wear Jewelry compared to men At C.B. South.  Out of the total amount of students that wore jewelry, which was 69, 26 were men and 43 were women  37.7% are men  62.3% are women

23  It is the norm that on average women wear jewelry in comparison to men.  The graph showed that more than half the people surveyed that wore jewelry were women.

24 States: 2 independent SRS Checks: Assumed 103 x.4598= x.5402 = x.496 = x.504 = ~900 > 10(103). ~900 > 10(111). DOES NOT PASS

25 We reject the Ho because our p-value is < alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that on average women wear jewelry more than men. Ho: P M = P W Ha: P M < P W P(Z< )=.0021

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27  After completing our survey and by observing the graph it is shown that more women wear sports related apparel than men do.  61.1% of women wear sports apparel while 38.9% of men wear sport apparel.

28  The graph showed that on average women wear more sports apparel than men do but this could be caused to the events that were occurring at the time such as the girls soccer and softball playoffs.  The amount of men that wear sports apparel could have been low compared to the amount of females because there were no playoff sporting events for any boys C.B. South sporting events.

29 State 2 Independent SRS Check Assumed > >10 ~900 > 10(103) ~900 > 10(111) DOES NOT PASS

30 We reject Ho because p-value is < alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that on average more women wear sports apparel compared to men. Ho: P M = P W Ha: P M < P W P(Z<-3.228)= X 10

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32 This graph shows that more men wear C.B. South apparel compared to female students. The percentage of females that wear South apparel is 35.5% compared to the men's percentage which is 64.5%

33  The reason for the girls number of sports apparel could be due to the fact that the girls soccer team was in the state playoffs. The reason for the higher amount of guys wearing south apparel is because there are more males involved with South sports compared to women.

34 State 2 Independent SRS Check Assumed > > 10 ~900 > 10(103) ~900 > 10(111) DOES NOT PASS

35 Ho: P M = P W Ha: P M > P W P(Z>1.524)= We fail to reject the Ho because p-value is > alpha which is.05. We have sufficient evidence that the proportion of men and women that wear south clothing is equal.

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37  After conducting our surveys we found that both men and women prefer a certain style of bottoms.  Students at C.B. South do not favor one brand of shirt in particular.  Women wear more jewelry and sports apparel compared to men.  Men are more likely to wear South clothing.  We can use this information to show that C.B. South does not fit into the stereotype.

38  We might not have did every other person since everyone was moving at different paces  We might have sometimes guessed what they were wearing  Weather could affect what the subjects were wearing on that day  Different sporting events

39  We believed that this project was very tedious and time consuming in the short amount of time.  One mistake we made was that we did a lot more work than was necessary.  Ex. 6 tests  Some of the information was very surprising such as the fact that there were more women that wore sports apparel compared to men.  Overall the project revealed some interesting facts and was very insightful.


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