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I'm studying... Maths Statistics

I'm interested in... finding out how to make my analysis of my representation of data and collection of data good. My hypothesis is that "year 7 students will have a shorter journey time than year 11s" I have used grouped frequency tables to collect my data and cumulative frequency tables & graph to represent my data and box plots for my comparison graph" In my results ive found out that boys are quicker than girls to school on a whole and year 7 are quicker. Can someone give me advice on how to make my analysis good?

My study level is... GCSE
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I'm studying... Maths Statistics

I'm interested in... finding out how to make my analysis of my representation of data and collection of data good. My hypothesis is that "year 7 students will have a shorter journey time than year 11s" I have used grouped frequency tables to collect my data and cumulative frequency tables & graph to represent my data and box plots for my comparison graph" In my results ive found out that boys are quicker than girls to school on a whole and year 7 are quicker. Can someone give me advice on how to make my analysis good?

My study level is... GCSE
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